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Prairie Planting June 18

  • Subject: [cg] Prairie Planting June 18
  • From: Beth Storey bstorey@fmr.org
  • Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 08:48:00 -0500

Join Friends of the Mississippi River Gorge Stewards on Saturday, June 18, 8:30 - 11:00am for a Prairie Planting.

Led by conservation biologist Carolyn Carr, groups of volunteers will remove existing vegetation and plant several small areas to increase species diversity at the oak savanna/prairie restoration site at 36th Street and West River Parkway in Minneapolis. We'll also receive orientation about what's already growing in this special place and remove a patch of invasive reed canary grass.

The total number of volunteers for this event is limited to 15, so register now with Beth Storey at Friends of the Mississippi River, 651/222-2193 x16 or bstorey@fmr.org.

NOTE: Minneapolis Park and Recreation staff has treated this area for poison ivy, but a chance of coming into contact with the plant remains. If you participate in this event, we ask that you cover your skin completely and follow particular at-home procedures for removing clothing (to be described at the event). Any questions, please contact Beth Storey at 651/222-2193 x16.
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Beth Storey
Watershed Education Coordinator

Friends of the Mississippi River
46 E 4th St, Suite 606
Saint Paul, MN 55101-1112

Phone: 651/ 222-2193 ext. 16
Fax: 651/ 222-6005

Paddle the Mississippi River Challenge August 6-7, 2005 and help Friends of the Mississippi River protect, conserve and restore the Mississippi River. On-line registration and pledging is now available at: http://www.mississippiriverchallenge.org.

For the latest updates on FMR events and programs,
visit us on the web at http://www.fmr.org



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