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If you’d like to book Duluth Parks project for your group, please contact our Volunteer Program at firstname.lastname@example.org or 218-730-4334.
Join Duluth Parks, the Stewardship Network and the Duluth CISMA for our "Pulling Together Invasive Plants Field Workshop" where we will do both an education program and a removal event focusing on Woody Invasive Plants like Honeysuckle and Buckthorn.
Meet @ the Parking Lot for Quarry Park located at 1325 N 59th Avenue West.
Questions? Contact Lori at email@example.com or Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers are needed to help plant trees this summer!
Duluth Park's partner, the Duluth Stream Corps, is hosting public tree planting events every Wednesday from July 11 through August 29 from 9am-12pm.
This is an all-ages, no experience necessary event. Families, individuals and small groups are encouraged to register.
If you are unable to make it for the full time frame, please contact Cheryl at email@example.com and we can make accommodations for your schedule.
Volunteers are needed for a unique opportunity to support the Rose Garden. Help keep the garden beautiful by assisting with our deadheading efforts. Deadheading is the practice of pruning roses to help support future growth and new blooms.
Experience with roses and/or gardening is helpful, but we will train volunteers. All volunteers must be 18+.
All tools and supplies will be provided. However, if you have gloves and clippers, please bring along!
Contact Cheryl at 218-730-4334 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or with questions.
Join us for a beach clean-up along the Lakewalk! This event is being hosted by Canal Park Brewing Company, Gardner Builders, Duluth Screen Printing Co. and Duluth Parks and Recreation. All registered volunteers will get a t-shirt, token for a free pint (age restrictions apply) and a copy of "Duluth Historic Parks" - a book that documents the history of the first 160 years of Duluth's Parks.
Volunteers will meet at 9:30am at Canal Park Brewing Company located at 300 Canal Park Drive. All clean-up supplies will be provided.
Duluth Parks is looking for volunteers to assist in making the Chester Bowl Fall Fest a low-waste event this year! Volunteers will help Duluth Parks prioritize our environment by providing guidance to festival-goers about how to dispose of their recyclables and compostables, all while enjoying a day in one of Duluth’s most popular parks!
Shifts are available! Sign up for one or all. Please indicate how many volunteers are in your group.
Questions? Contact Alayna Johnson at email@example.com or 218-730-4331.
Volunteers are invited to come help plant boulevard trees with the City of Duluth. These trees are replacing ash trees that were lost due to Emerald Ash Borer.
Volunteers must be 16+. All supplies and equipment will be provided.
Meet up location is by the playground at the old Cobb School off Woodland Avenue on West Redwing Street. The playground is near what is now Many Rivers Montessori. See map below for more details.
Contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.