Conservation@Home

 Education, Support, Recognition

Conservation@Home, a regional program, educates, supports and recognizes homeowners who incorporate environmentally friendly practices into their own yard.  The foundation of the program is to encourage natural lawn care, as well as the installation of native plants into home landscaping which will provide friendly habitats for wildlife and absorb storm water. Additionally, the use of rain barrels or rain gardens helps to capture storm water.

 

Some resources to help you get started:

 

Conservation @Home Certification Checklist

The following checklist provides suggested options for improving one’s yard.

A homeowner is not required to meet all items in all categories.

BACT will provide homeowners
who fulfill the certification process with a sign*
that recognizes their conservation efforts.

*$15 donation required

Conservation@Home Presentations

A BACT Conservation@Home staff member is available to speak to groups
about the program using a dynamic 30 minute presentation followed by a Q&A session.

To schedule a presentation for your group
call 847-387-3149.

 Schedule a Visit

If you would like to schedule a home visit, we ask you to please join in our conservation efforts by making a minimum $50 donation. Your donation will include a Conservation@Home visit.

 

Needed for confirming a consultation
Needed for scheduling a consultation
If you are ready to certify your property, please review the certification criteria.
There is a $50 charge to help cover 1 hour consultation, BACT membership, and Conservation@Home sign for those ready to certify.