It’s hard to believe, but our last outdoor events of the year are fast approaching. Come make the most of the waning days of fall while making a difference for local wildlife habitat and water quality.
About FMR’s hands-on events
If you’re new to our hands-on restoration outings, allow us to reassure you of a few things.
- We work hard to make the most of the time you have to contribute. There’s no application process, it takes just an email or phone call to sign up.
- Everything is provided: details, directions, all supplies, training.
- We keep a high staff-to-volunteer ratio so you can ask questions whenever you’d like, whether it’s about the task at-hand or the local flora and fauna.
- Volunteers never do busy or unnecessary work. Your efforts help us complete long-term restoration and management plans at all the special places we work in.
FMR events are also a great way to get to know lesser known, beautiful locales in our watershed while contributing to their ecological health. And you can sign up for one, or several — whatever works for you.
Volunteers are needed to help remove buckthorn or haul brush: Read more…
- Saturday, October 20, 9:00 a.m.-noon, Hastings Scientific and Natural Area,
- Saturday, October 27, 9:00 am-noon, Cottage Grove Ravine Regional Park
- Saturday, November 3, 9:00 am-noon (registration closes Oct. 26), Pine Bend Bluffs near Highway 52, Rosemount