Volunteers will plant trees in the eastern peninsula of Allemansrätt Wilderness Park, to reforest an old family farm, now a part of the park.
Named after a Swedish term meaning the citizens right of public access to wilderness, Allemansrätt Wilderness Park is a 125-acre city park that is home to high quality oak forest, wetlands, lakeshore, diverse wildlife, unique glacial geology, and several miles of trails!
Partners & Funders: City of Lindström, Minnesota Environment and Natural Resource Trust Fund, Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Fund, and U.S. Fish & Wildlife.
Difficulty – Easy: Short walk on gently rolling terrain to plant large trees, but we’ll have some smaller stock for family.
Snacks are provided throughout the morning and a late lunch will be served at 12:30 pm
1/2 mile walk to work site from registration
Individual adult registration is required using the form below.
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Allemansrätt Wilderness Park 31316 N Olinda Trail - Lindström Details