Help pull weedy invasive plants at Riverside Park's first volunteer event

Event Date: 
Thursday, May 9, 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Riverside Park
Volunteer pulling garlic mustard, an invasive plant.

Join us for a volunteer work night at St. Paul Park's Riverside Park. Located near the backwaters of the Mississippi River, consisting of 14-acres of floodplain forest, Riverside Park is a nature study area. Remaining in a natural state provides much-needed habitat and resources for local critters of all kinds; and serves as an oasis along the Mississippi River flyway for migratory birds. 

Alongside FMR staff, volunteers will focus on clearing out pesky weedy invasive plants, primarily narrowleaf bittercress and garlic mustard at the first volunteer restoration event taking place at this site! These plants spread quickly and infest the forest floor, outcompeting native species and decreasing local biodiversity.

We'll provide the tools and training. All are welcome however, capacity is limited and registration is required.

Ready to register?

To sign up and receive directions to the meeting spot, contact FMR Volunteer Coordinator Amy Kilgore at, 651-222-2193 x31. Please include the name of the event, your name, address, phone number and the number in your party.

You will receive a confirmation email from within two business days. (If you don't, please check your SPAM or Promotions folder.) 

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.

Can't make it?

Thank you to our partners and funders: The City of St. Paul Park, 3M Foundation and RBC Wealth Management.