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: Saturday, May 19, 1:00pm to 5:00pm Where: Crosby Farm Park Extension (accessed via Victoria Park), St. Paul Volunteers needed: 75 Join this event at Crosby Farm Park Extension to plant 3,000 tree seedlings in the Mississippi River floodplain. This event will be the culmination of the collaboration between Rotary …read more →
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 →
Highlights Spectacular Earth Day Turnout 350 community members volunteered with Great River Greening this Earth Day to plant nearly 2,000 trees, shrubs, and wildflowers along Bushaway Road in Wayzata. Butler Family Foundation Grant helps to increase our pollinator seed supply Pilot Knob, a Great River Greening restoration site, earns spot on National Register of Historic Places …read more →