Saturday, September 1, 2007

Susan in the Trib

Susan was quoted in this Aug. 30 story in the Chicago Tribune:

Peck Farm Park: This charming 395-acre preserve was created in 1998 from the estate of George and Erdene Peck. In addition to outdoor gardens, nature trails and more, Peck Farm features a butterfly exhibit that houses some 300 butterflies during the summer months. Whether you want to visit for a day or volunteer for the summer, the butterfly house is a breathtaking break from blacktop. Susan Jensen, butterfly house coordinator, calls it "a wondrous place to hang out." The best time to come is between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., and be sure to look for the brilliant blue back of the Pipevine Swallowtail, Jensen's favorite. Peck Farm Park, 38W199 Kaneville Rd., Geneva; 630-262-8244, www.genevaparks.org/peckfarm.

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