Planting in Pollinator Corridor

Wed, May 30
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Woodbury Pollinator Corridor - Woodbury

Volunteers Needed: 50
Supervisors Needed: 5

Join Great River Greening for our first public event at a pollinator corridor in Woodbury. Volunteers will walk a mile (Starting Point: from Ojibway Park Rd and Lake Rd, Ending Point: Ojibway Park Rd and Bailey Rd) to the beautiful site on flat terrain to plant 5,000 pollinator-friendly plants and it will improve the natural habitat and provide food for pollinators. This communal space will provide educational principles on pollinators and produce harvestable seed source for the City of Woodbury.

Partners & Funders: City of Woodbury, Lake Elmo Park Reserve, Butler Family Foundation, Andersen Corporate Foundation, Hordenbergh Foundation, 3M Foudation, and Ecolab Foundation



Some considerations:

  • Open to all ages (Family Friendly)
  • Difficulty level of restoration task: Easy
  • Hike to Site: Long Walk on flat terrain (1 mile)
  • Snacks and lunch are provided


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1. Restoration Volunteer ( 10:00 am - 2:00 pm) 50 needed
Join volunteers in planting to help restore our native landscape and secure the legacy of Minnesota land and waters.

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