Restoration on Minnehaha Creek

Sat, October 13
9:00 am - 12:30 pm
Minnehaha Creek Preserve - Saint Louis Park

Registration is currently closed and there is a wait list for the event.  If you are interested in this event, then please contact May Yang at or 651-272-3993.
Otherwise, we encouraged you to register our Rum River Tree Planting event (Oct 6) in Cambridge.

Volunteers Needed: 100
Supervisors Needed: 12 

Volunteers will plant native shrubs at Minnehaha Creek Preserve, a multi-year development by the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District that includes a re-meandered portion of the creek, new wetlands to deter runoff, and boardwalk and trails for public access.

The improvements made to this portion of the creek returned natural curves to the previously-straightened stream, lengthening it by 1,600 feet. The project treats polluted stormwater from more than 80 acres of surrounding area that previously flowed untreated into the creek, prevents erosion by slowing down water, creates fish and wildlife habitat, and connects the creek to its historic wetlands.

Partners and Funders:
Minnehaha Creek Watershed District, City of Saint Louis Park, and Outdoor Heritage Fund

Some considerations:

  • Open to all ages (Family Friendly)
  • Difficulty level of restoration task: Easy to moderate (Varied based on work units)
  • Geography of the Site: Flat to terrain (Varied based on work units). Also varied with walking distance. Paved. Open.
  • Snacks and lunch are provided

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Registration is closed for this event.