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Posted on: April 24, 2019

Metro Buckthorn Bust

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Katherine Abbott Park is beloved for its 76-acre beauty and accessibility. A walk through these woodlands showcases what years of prescribed fire and volunteer effort can do to fight invasive buckthorn. However, some forest pockets are not receptive to fire and help is needed to clear them of buckthorn and other woody invasives. 

Light breakfast, snack, and lunch provided.
All ages welcome, children must be supervised. 

Needed:
100 Restoration Volunteers
10 Volunteer Supervisors* 

* Contact us if YOU want to manage volunteers as a Volunteer Supervisor. Free training is provided!

Pre-registration is required, so sign up today! 

Great River Greening (Website) or contact May Yang, Community Outreach Coordinator Email May Yang or call (651) 272-3993. 

Partners & Funders: City of Mahtomedi and Dellwood Foundation.

RESTORING LAND, WATER AND WONDER
Great River Greening inspires, engages and leads local communities in conserving and caring for the land and water that enrich our lives. Our events are fun, educational, and rewarding. Join us and make a difference! 

Great River Greening Metro Buckthorn Bust Flyer (PDF)

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