Nestled at the bottom of the gorge at the confluence of the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers, Crosby Farm Park is a natural oasis in the heart of the city. After a brief introduction to this hidden gem and quick training, event participants will help protect these spring ephemerals and other important species by removing the extremely invasive plant known as garlic mustard, which is easy to identify and quick to pull by hand.
We ask that all volunteers participating in this event sign a Pledge to Pull, promising to remove garlic mustard in this area of Crosby Park for a total of eight hours** in the weeks following this training and evening pull. Volunteers will receive a small card certifying their participation in the training and granting permission to independently perform this volunteer service in this special area, part of the City of St. Paul park system and the Mississippi National Park.
Registration is required. Please visit the Event Website below for more information & registration instructions.