Habitat Restoration and Garlic Mustard Pull

Submitted by admin on Tue, May 15 - 5:04 PM

Enjoy the beauty of early spring at a riverside park while helping protect native plants from an invasive species.

Nestled at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers, this natural oasis in the heart of the city is home to a striking array of native spring wildflowers: bloodroot, trout lily, trillium and Jack-in-the-pulpit to name a few. Join us as we remove garlic mustard, an extremely invasive plant threatening these native species, but easily identified and quick to hand-pull.

To sign up for this event, and for directions and additional details, contact river stewardship coordinator Karen Phillips through our contact form with your name, contact information and the number in your party.