Public Asked to Help with Riparian Tree Planting | Environment
Join the Natural Resources Research Institute (NRRI) Monday June 24th and Thursday June 27th from 9:00 AM—12:00 PM to plant trees in the effort to repair riparian flood damaged zones along Amity Creek.
According to a press release, Riparian zones are ecosystems, usually narrow strips of land, located along the banks of rivers, stream, creeks, or any water networks. They include many plant habitats and communities that play a major role in protecting water quality, enhancing wildlife habitats, providing natural bio filters, and protection from erosion and surface runoff.
Volunteers ages 10 and up are welcome. Please bring water bottles and gloves if you have them.
June 24- Meet at the first bridge of Seven Bridges Road located in Eastern Duluth, on the east side of the Lester River.
June 27-Meet at the top most portion of Seven Bridges Road, located at the far end of Skyline Parkway on the easternmost portion of Hawk Ridge Nature Reserve.