Oct 6, 2012
Seed Collection at the Sand Coulee/Rare Prairie
Enjoy a hands-on seed identification and collection training while enjoying a rare example of a sand-gravel prairie with Friends of the Mississippi River! Seed will be used for further habitat restoration in the newest addition to Sand Coulee Scientific and Natural Area. Large quantities - of volunteers and seed alike - needed!
Previous seed collection is not required - all abilities and groups are welcome. This activity is very detail-oriented, and generally best suited for teenagers and up.
Ready to register?
To ensure a high-quality experience and adequate supplies (including lunch), capacity is limited and pre-registration required. To sign up, contact FMR Program Assistant Katie Clower at kclower[at]fmr.org or by calling 651-222-2193 x23. Please include: the name of the event, your name, address and phone number and the number in your party.
For more information on this hands-on event, check out our calendar at http://www.fmr.org/participate/events/couleeseedcollection-2012-10-06
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Region: Central, Twin Cities
Topics: Ecosystems, Education, Individual Choices, Land Use, Water
Submitted By: sue rich
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