Volunteers Needed: 50
Supervisors Needed: 8
The event is currently full. If you are a resident from Wyoming/Chisago Lakes Area and expressed interest in the event, then please contact May Yang at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-272-3993 and we will add you to the waitlist.
Warm up this winter at our brush pile burning event in the Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area, a sanctuary of wetlands, forests & prairies, located 40 minutes north of the Twin Cities.
Volunteers will haul, stack, and burn piles of the invasive plant, buckthorn. Bring your own lunch or marshmallows to roast on the fire – you’ll want roasting sticks and buckets or chairs to sit on, too. We will provide the coffee, cocoa, cider, and light snacks.
A shuttle will bring you to and from the burn site in the Sunrise Unit of the WMA. Please follow e-mailed directions for where to park. NOTE: Parking is not allowed on the Carlos Avery property.
This project is made possible with support from Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Outdoor Heritage Fund, and Connexus Energy.
Registration is closed for this event.