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We are pleased to announce the Lincoln Park Conservancy has entered into a new Ten-Year Master Agreement with the Chicago Park District to continue and expand our good work for Lincoln Park.

Since the successful restoration of the Alfred Caldwell Lily Pool in 2002 (and our subsequent 14 years of shared maintenance), we have worked under a basic Master Agreement that outlines how we will work with the Chicago Park District to help restore and maintain Lincoln Park.

This new agreement builds on the original and paves the way for our organization to lead new park improvement projects that would otherwise not be possible given the city and state’s financial condition.

As we have for 32 years, the Lincoln Park Conservancy will continue its mission of restoring and maintaining your park’s many treasures, both large and small.  As Chicago’s largest park (1,214 acres), there is always a long list of things to do!

We hope you will support us for this next decade of new and inspiring projects and programs that will further enhance everyone’s quality of life while improving the nature at our doorstep.

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