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Mission Statement

Saint Paul Natural Resources environmental and gardening programs focus on protecting, enhancing, and providing access to the City's natural resources. Saint Paul Natural Resources is a section of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation, which is a department of the City of Saint Paul.

Description

Saint Paul Parks and Recreation's Natural Resources unit, which includes Environmental Services, Forestry, Education and Gardens, has a growing volunteer program that is perfect for people who enjoy the outdoors and want to positively impact Saint Paul's natural areas, parks, and gardens.

Our environmental programs focus on protecting, enhancing, and providing access to the city's natural resources. Staff from various sections throughout Parks and Recreation play a role in these programs.

We:

  • Coordinate environmental volunteer opportunities
  • Conduct monitoring and research of natural resources in parks
  • Restore and manage vital and unique ecosystems
  • Provide interpretation and education

We also work with citizens and non-profit, county, state, and national agencies to coordinate efforts which enhance the natural environment of Saint Paul.



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http://www.stpaul.gov/naturalresources

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