July 26, 2022

Become Leader in Ecological Restoration as a Great River Greening Volunteer Supervisor

Event Description:

Great River Greening engages thousands of volunteers each year in hands-on restoration, environmental conservation, and community-science-based programming. Our volunteer events are held throughout Minnesota, primarily in the Twin Cities metro, the Anoka Sand Plain of central Minnesota, as well as throughout Southern Minnesota and the Brainerd Lakes Area.

Join the ranks of our dedicated Volunteer Supervisor team as we expand restoration work in Minnesota. Volunteer Supervisors will gain beneficial leadership and restoration skills and are expected to assist at one (or more!) restoration events during the spring and fall each year.

Lead and motivate event participants in habitat restoration with Great River Greening - Become a Volunteer Supervisor!
Volunteer Supervisors lead small groups of 5-20 volunteers at hands-on restoration events. Activities often include planting native grasses and forbs, tree and shrub planting, as well as invasive and exotic plant control and broadcast seeding. 

Sign up for this virtual 2-hour training session to learn more about the role, Great River Greening, and our expanding restoration work in Minnesota. 

This training is hosted on Zoom. Sign up here:   https://givepul.se/954ute

Please note: scientific or natural resources knowledge is beneficial, but not necessary! All training and resources are provided. Gain new skills and restore natural spaces in Minnesota. Volunteer Supervisors also receive first notice of upcoming events and training opportunities exclusive to the supervisor team.

Questions? Reach out to Amy at volunteer@greatrivergreening.org.

Event Hosts:
Great River Greening

Date & time:
July 26, 2022
6:00pm  -  8:00pm

Registrants will be sent a zoom link
St.Paul, MN, 55107

Open to the Public:


Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Jessica Drummond with Great River Greening at 6513723989 or jdrummond@greatrivergreening.org.

LCW is an Initiative of:

Latino Conservation Week is a collection of events from variety of organizations. Hispanic Access Foundation is only directly responsible for events in which it is listed as a sponsor.