Minneapolis: Cedar Lake Park Clean Up and Trail Work

Sponsoring Yale Group: 
YAA of the Northwest
Yale Blue Green
Saturday, May 12, 2018
9:00am to 12:00pm
Intersection of Burnham Rd and Burnham Blvd
Minneapolis, MN 55416
Volunteers will work on clearing and lining trails, removing buck-thorn and other invasive plant species, general planting, etc.
In 1988, neighbors joined together to save a large parcel of land from development on the north and east sides of Cedar Lake in Minneapolis. Seeking out and inviting all interested parties to participate, the group focused on a vision—to establish a nature park in the heart of the city–and adopted a set of organizational principles for Cedar Lake Park. The Park is open for all to enjoy and makes it possible to commune with nature in the City.  
• All ages are welcome for this project, but it is requested that adults supervise younger children.
• In terms of weather, we will work in a light drizzle but not if raining hard or storming. 
Join us for an optional potluck open house lunch from 11:30am-1:30pm at a home in Kenwood, Minneapolis following site work.
Site Coordinator: 

Max Musicant ’11 MBA   

Vicky Stoneman ’88 MBA