Volunteers Needed: 100
Supervisors Needed: 10
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! Volunteers at this family-friendly event will reforest an old hay field by planting Bur Oak trees. This planting will also kick off a study by Great River Greening and the University of Minnesota to explore how Bur Oaks from three Midwest regions grow in today’s Twin Cities climate. Results from this study will inform our future oak restorations so that they are adapted to future weather patterns.
Interested in making this a day or weekend trip? Lindstrom is part of the Chisago Lakes Area, one of America’s Best Communities! Visit www.chisagolakes.com for more information on other places to visit, eat, and stay.
This project is made possible with support from the City of Lindstrom, Minnesota Environment and Natural Resources Trust Fund, University of Minnesota, Friends of Allemansrätt Park, and Chisago Lakes Middle School.
Individual adult registration is required using the form below.
- Please list names and ages of any minors attending that you are responsible for.
- If you are registering for a group, please complete the fields and share this registration page with members of the group.
- If you are registering as a group member, please enter the group name (an approximation is acceptable).
Registration is closed for this event.