Nature Speaks is a part of our Education and Outreach programs and is a collaboration with our partner, the Prospect Heights Public Library.


The series will feature four speakers annually, one each season and is designed to bring important national and regional speakers to Prospect Heights to discuss important, informative and entertaining topics affecting our city, our state and our planet.


All programs take place at the Prospect Heights Public Library's AB meeting room and on Zoom. Talks start promptly at 7:00. Nature Speaks is free admission but registration is necessary. Please register using the link on the speakers page.

Zoomers, after registration, the library will send you a Zoom link to the event as it gets closer to the date.

February 22, 2024 - Kathleen Garness In person at the Prospect Heights Public Library and on Zoom.

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM to present “Inspiring Young Artists Through Nature and Conservation”.


Young people are wanting more active roles in conservation leadership, but often we need to be creative in outreach to identify and nurture them.


Kathleen’s talk will highlight many of the outreach efforts with which she’s been involved for the past fifteen years, and talk about new opportunities for young people to develop their capacity to see and understand the natural world around them
                                                                     through art and close observation.


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Prospect Heights Natural Resources Commission

8 N. Elmhurst Road

Prospect Heights, IL. 60070

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