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The Heritage Corridor Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) encompasses the communities and counties along the historic 97-mile Illinois and Michigan Canal National Heritage Corridor. The Heritage Corridor spans from the Chicago Portage Area just southwest of Chicago to LaSalle-Peru including the counties of Will, Grundy, LaSalle and Putnam. The region conveniently located along I-55 from Chicago to Joliet along I-80 west to LaSalle-Peru.

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Lecture - "Healthy Soil, Healthy Food, Healthy People"

Dates: Feb. 1, 2018 - Feb. 1, 2018
Times: 7:00 pm
Category: Education/History
Location: Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie, 30239 South State Route 53, Wilmington, IL 60481
Phone: 815-423-6370
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Free lecture presented by Spence Farm Foundation Executive Director Erin Meyer. The Spence Farm Foundation's purpose is to connect cultural influencers to the sources of food through a multi-sensory approach. In this lecture, learn how sustainable farming methods and farm work should be a part of our prescription for good health.


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Milltown Market
Autobahn Country Club
Village of Coal City
Best Western Joliet Inn & Suites
Cutting Edge Catering & Events
Rialto Square Theatre

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