Environment, a division of the Operations & Recreation Department, is the keeper of St. Louis Park’s natural resources. We work to protect, restore and enhance our varied natural resources, including a diverse urban tree population, a wide array of wildlife, 28 water bodies and Westwood Hills Nature Center. Stewardship of these resources...
updated: Monday, March 30, 2015
Saturday, April 18, 2015 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Rec Center, 3700 Monterey Drive, St. Louis Park, MN
Plan to spend the day with us at the event or stop in at anytime to talk to wide range of exhibitors. The workshop will also host a great lineup of speakers to provide you with information on sustainability in your home, yard or garden. The event is free to the public and no registration is required for attendees!
An excellent lineup of speakers is prepared to provide you with information for you to use in your home, yard and garden. Each workshop is 25 minutes long and is given at two different times during the day. Plan to spend the day with us at the event or stop in at anytime for a specific speaker or to talk with your favorite exhibitor.&...
updated: Monday, March 09, 2015
Newly planted trees: Immediately after planting, all tree roots are in the original root ball area (area under wood mulch). Until new roots grow into the soil of the planting site, water the original root ball area and just beyond this area. The root ball area may dry out faster than the surrounding soil, so check the moisture in this area frequently...