We're getting towards the end of spring and all of the projects that go with it. We've spent months managing some of
Saint Paul's nicest sites, like Crosby Farm Park and the Mississippi River bluffs, and continuing restoration efforts at sites like the Como Woodland Outdoor Classroom and Hamline Avenue. Natural resource restoration and management efforts are based on the life cycle of plants. Accordingly, we've spent the spring managing invasive species before they begin to seed out, and planting native species in their place so they can become established over the summer.
|Corps member, Katie, torching first year|
garlin mustard at Crosby Farm Park
|Youth Outdoors crews spreading |
mulch at Mounds overlook