Help make an impact on Roseville parks. Roseville is looking for volunteers to join our Natural Resources Renewal efforts to improve city parks. On July 18, we’re looking for volunteers to help stack invasive brush and pull weeds at Owasso Hills Park.
For the Owasso Hills Park outing, Natural Resources Renewal officials are encouraging all volunteers to wear long sleeves and long pants as poison ivy is present in this park.
This event is part of a three-year natural resources renewal project being undertaken by the City's Parks and Recreation Department. It includes prairie/savanna, wetland, and shoreline restoration and management.
Each month, Roseville will host a volunteer opportunity at one of the local parks. It will include an educational component and status update of the overall natural resource restoration efforts. Please contact Volunteer Coordinator Kelly O’Brien for information about joining these community building events.
This is a great activity for groups, individuals, and families. People of all ages are welcome and will have a role to play. Thanks for your help creating lasting environmental impacts in our parks.
Saturday, July 18
10:00 to noon
Owasso Hills Park, 593 Owasso Hills Drive
Invasive brush stacking and pulling weeds - remember to wear long sleeves and pants!
Questions, please contact Kelly O’Brien, 651-792-7028 or firstname.lastname@example.org.