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Pine Grove Park Pollinator Project

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ORGANIZATION: Friends of the St. Clair River

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Join us to learn how to incorporate native plants into your garden beds without having to say goodbye to your traditional flowering favorites and how to support wildlife, pollinator habitat and water quality! These drop-in workdays are part of Friends' ongoing efforts to preserve and restore pollinator habitats while maintaining the beautiful traditional gardens Pine Grove Park is known for. Garden Cleanup Day: Saturday, May 11th, 8:30 - NoonGarden Planting Day: Saturday, May 25th, 8:30 - NoonGarden Maintenance Days: Every other Thursday, 10am - Noon, starting June 6th

We need volunteers to help incorporate native plants and sustainable gardening practices to support wildlife and pollinator habitat. Gardens that incorporate native plants benefit pollinators, wildlife, and water quality. No experience needed; bring your favorite gardening gloves and tools if you have them! Meet us in the Pine Grove Park parking lot at the Blue Star Memorial in downtown Port Huron along the St. Clair River. For more info, contact brooke@scriver.org or visit www.scriver.org/events.

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About Friends of the St. Clair River


301 N. Ninth Street, St. Clair, MI 48079, US

Mission Statement

We are committed to inspiring citizen action through stewardship, monitoring and education to restore, protect and enhance the St. Clair River and its watersheds.


Friends of the St. Clair River is Michigan's Thumb Coast environmental non-profit showing 40 miles of love to the St. Clair River and its watersheds since 2007. Based in St. Clair County, our service area includes the 40-mile long St. Clair River and five smaller sub-watersheds draining directly into Lake Huron, the St. Clair River, and Lake St. Clair.Together - with our local, regional, state, and federal partners - we implement a variety of initiatives including water and land stewardship, water quality monitoring, river cleanups, advocate for healthy water, lead research-based ecosystem management, and promote responsible water-based recreation.


Community, Environment


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1204 Pine Grove AvenuePort Huron, MI 48060



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education
  • Botany
  • Gardening
  • Horticulture


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • We meet every other Thursday from 10am to noon, starting June 6th until the end of October.

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