Burnsville Native Plant Market KEEP THE BEES BUZZING – PLANT NATIVE! Public Invited to Third-Annual Native Plant Market Saturday, May 20 Pollinator populations are declining and need help. One easy thing you can do for bees is to plant native! Where can you find native plants? Visit Burnsville’s third-annual Native Plant Market in May. When: … Continue reading Burnsville Native Plant Market, Burnsville, May 20
Birds, Birds, Birds Saturday, June 3, 10 am – noon Lowry Nature Center, Carver Park, Victori Master Naturalist volunteer roles: Assist Three Rivers Park naturalists and Minnehaha Creek Watershed District staff with stations at Birds, Birds, Birds event This community event is part of the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District 50th anniversary. We are looking for 3-6 … Continue reading Minnehaha Creek Watershed District – June 3rd
The monarch population has seriously declined over the last twenty years. To protect these beautiful, iconic pollinators, it is crucial that we have high quality information on their distribution, habitat availability and habitat quality. The Monarch Conservation Science Partnership needs the help of volunteer citizen scientists, like you, to collect this information. As a volunteer, … Continue reading Monitor Monarchs
You are invited to be a part of an upcoming leadership cohort, YouLead: Leadership for you and your community. YouLead, formerly the U-Lead Advisory Academy, is an opportunity to build your leadership skills while connecting with others who are working on complex community issues. Through the program you will have the opportunity to: Expand your … Continue reading YouLead: Leadership for you and your community.
About Maplewood Nature Center Maplewood Nature Center is a 40-acre preserve operated by the City of Maplewood. The Visitor Center is located at 2659 East Seventh Street in Maplewood and is open Tuesday through Saturday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The Nature Play Yard adjoins the Visitor Center. Trails wind through oak woods and marsh … Continue reading Maplewood Nature CenterNature Programs
The MN Master Naturalist program bringing advanced classes of Citizen Science classes to this audiences throughout the State. The only difference from a person who observes nature like a naturalist, and a phenologist, is that the phenologist records what they see. The National Phenological Network’s, Nature's Notebook website, is an ideal way to engage folks … Continue reading Citizen Science Training
Minnegram welcomes Shore to Shore readers. Welcome to the inaugural issue of the combined newsletter of Shore to Shore and Minnegram. The integrated quarterly newsletter is emblematic of the partnership between the Water Resources Center and the Extension Water Team. Both are committed to sound water research and programing to educate Minnesota citizens about their … Continue reading UMN Water Resource Center Newsletter
The Maplewood Nature Center has some wonderful upcoming programs this summer, with many topics including birding, nature watercolor classes, pollinators, volunteering, children nature programs, nature hikes & many more! Anything you can do to help us get the word out regarding these great upcoming public nature programs would be so appreciated. For more information, please … Continue reading Maplewood Nature Center upcoming events
Select: Pollinator Alliance for the latest news of events and volunteer opportunities with this organization.
Minnesota Master Naturalist, is venturing into new territory with podcasting! Our Conservation Corps volunteer, Santiago, has created the first one! We would love for you to give a listen and give us some feedback. Is this something you will use? Topic suggestions? Help us give you the information you need in the format you want! … Continue reading Podcasting Venture