Planting along the banks of the Vermillion
Enjoy a crisp fall morning on the banks of the Vermillion River in Farmington! Volunteers are needed to assist FMR and the Vermillion River Watershed Joint Powers Organization with a unique planting project, helping to fight against invasive species and create habitat for native pollinators and birds. Additionally, volunteers may be asked to help with other restoration tasks.
All are welcome, however, capacity is limited and registration required. All supplies and training will be provided and volunteers will work closely with FMR staff. This event is part of the Vermillion Stewards program, helping Vermillion River Watershed residents learn about the local watershed while working to protect and enhance its unique natural resources. While providing vital wildlife habitat, scenic beauty and recreational opportunities such as kayaking, the Vermillion is also a major Mississippi River tributary and even feeds drinking water wells in Hastings.
Ready to register?
To sign up and receive precise directions to the meeting spot, contact FMR Volunteer Coordinator Amy Kilgore via the contact form (please select Amy by name from the staff list under "Category") or at firstname.lastname@example.org, 651-222-2193 x31. Please include the name of the event, your name, address and phone number and the number in your party. If you're under 18 and interested in volunteering without the company of your parent or guardian, please take a moment and have them fill out this brief minor permission form.
To ensure a high-quality experience, capacity is limited and pre-registration required.
You will receive a confirmation email from email@example.com within two business days. (If you don't, please check your SPAM or Promotions folder.)
Can't make it?
If you can't make this event but would like to be notified of future Vermillion Stewards habitat restoration and education events, contact FMR Volunteer Coordinator Amy Kilgore, firstname.lastname@example.org. Or to receive notices of all FMR events and news, sign up for our biweekly Mississippi Messages.