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Natural Resources

The Natural Resources Section of Saint Paul Parks and Recreation maintains hundreds of thousands of trees, dozens and dozens of gardens, and an assortment of other natural areas, sanctuaries, and parkways around the city. Natural Resources also helps to make Saint Paul the most livable city in America through its Environmental Education program, through its many volunteers, and through securing crucial grants necessary to maintaining a vital environment.


Landmark Tree Program
Help locate, document, and compile a record of remarkable trees within Saint Paul.

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Bring your passion and skills together to help improve Saint Paul's natural areas, educate the community and keep our parks beautiful.

Join the Citywide Spring Cleanup!

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Environmental Education
Explore the outdoors while learning about a range of environmental topics.



Emerald Ash Borer
Learn about how the City of Saint Paul is combating the presence of the Emerald Ash Borer.


Mounds Park Tree Trek
Learn about 31 unique trees in this innovative path located at Indian Mounds Regional Park.


Blooming Saint Paul Day
A day to make Saint Paul bloom with beauty with others.

Blooming Saint Paul Awards
Nominations to recognize Saint Paul's best public gardens and art pieces are due by June 27.

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