Tree Planting in Treasured City Park

Sat, June 02
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Crosby Farm Regional Park - Saint Paul

Volunteers Needed: 150
Supervisors Needed: 20

Crosby Farm Regional Park is the largest natural park in Saint Paul with 736 acres of floodplain forests, wooded slopes in oak forest/savanna, and natural wetlands. The park is located in the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area and also has an extensive trail system which is connected to Fort Snelling State Park and other parks. The event site is an additional extension area, east of Interstate Highway 35E along the Mississippi River corridor. Volunteers will help plant native shrubs and trees seedlings on uneven terrain to enhance the floodplain terrain and natural habitat for wildlife.

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“Connecting a favorite regional park to a new city park adds to health of wildlife and the river”

Partners & Funders:  City of Saint Paul, Capitol Region Watershed District, Outdoor Heritage Fund, and RBC Blue Water Fund


Some considerations:

  • Open to all ages (Family Friendly)
  • Difficulty level of restoration task: Moderate to Difficult (Accommodation range to people’s ability)
  • Hike to Site: Varies at event site. Northern section of volunteer site (shorter distance, shaded area, some uneven terrain), western section of volunteer site (main area, longer distance, and uneven terrain)
  • Snacks and lunch are provided

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Registration is closed for this event.