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Strategic Plan Provides Map for Progress

In 2013 the Forest Preserves of Winnebago county completed a four-year strategic plan to guide allocations, programming and decision making. Click here for FPWC Core Values and 2014-2017 Strategic Plan Goals. Check back here for quarterly update reports on the activities that have been implemented to achieve the goals of the strategic plan.
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Get Outside!

Get Outside! is a back-to-nature event that is FREE and accessible for all ages. Participating families will function as a “team” and are encouraged to engage in a friendly competition as they explore forest preserves.
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Wood Ducks: Conservation Success Story

The Winnebago County Forest Preserve District’s wood duck program is a great conservation success story.
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WCFPD Receives High Marks in Risk Management

In 2013 the Winnebago County Forest Preserve achieved a Park District Risk Management Agency’s (PDRMA) award for maintaining its current Level A accreditation status for 2013.
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Burning The Preserves: Controlled Burns Restore Vitality

Fire is the most efficient and economical tool available for managing Winnebago County’s natural communities.
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