Every spring Great River Greening brings 1,000 volunteers out to natural spaces in Minnesota to restore our land and water. This season’s events will draw even more people, working on sites throughout the state. We kick things off in April with a celebration of Minnesota Public Radio’s Water Month. Volunteers will work alongside MPR Radio …read more →
A broad coalition of people, aligned with agriculture, recreation, conservation, urban/rural communities, education, and government entities, make up the The Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership. The group is reporting positive results: Landowners are coming forward to learn more and take real steps toward land management that has a positive impact on the environment.
About the Event When: Wed, May 23, 12:30pm to 4:30pm Where: Talahi Woods Volunteers needed: 30 Supervisors needed: 5 Join in for this habitat restoration event at Talahi Woods! Already a lot has been done to remove older growth invasive shrubs (like buckthorn), but we need your help to continue the effort with invasive plants …read more →
Photographer Kay Herbst Helms’ exhibition of photographs tells the story of the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership-a group of people who share a common interest in the health of the water in this particular watershed.
Join us! This season, we will host our biggest event yet at Doyle-Kennefick Future Regional Park; Restore land along along the Minnesota River in the MN Valley National Wildlife Refuge; Cast milkweed pods on historic land in Mendota Heights, and plant trees in Crosby Farm Regional Park and milkweed in a Wildlife Management Area in Rice MN.
Great River Greening is a local conservation nonprofit working throughout Minnesota to empower and assist local communities in restoring and conserving the land and water that enrich our lives. For 21 years, we have worked side-by-side with 40,000 volunteers to improve, restore and care for Minnesota’s natural heritage—18,000 acres and counting. Minnesota is home to …read more →