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Restoration Supervisor Resources

As a Restoration Supervisor, you directly help to restore and protect Saint Paul's natural areas. The City of Saint Paul thanks you for your continued commitment. For your convenience, listed below are resources to help you with your work as a Restoration Supervisor.


Volunteer Events and Professional Development Requirement

As of January 1, 2015, Restoration Supervisors will be required to participate in a minimum of 8 events throughout the year.
  • Commitment of participating in eight (8) volunteer events and participation in at least two (2) educational opportunities per year.  

In order to receive credit for professional development events, we ask Restoration Supervisors to either (a) write a blog post about the event for the Restore Saint Paul or (b) prepare a brief presentation for fellow volunteers that will cover topics learned.

Basics
Restoration Supervisor Position Description
Volunteer Handbook
Resotration Supervisor Calendar (sign up for available volunteer opportunities)
Restoration Supervisor Manual
Contacts for Environmental Volunteers

Plant Identification
Saint Paul Native Species Plant Appendix
2015 Ramsey County Invasive Species Trainings (PDF flyer)


Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

Date Location Event Subject
Mon 4/13, Tue 4/14, Wed 4/15
9-10 am, 11 am-noon or 1-2 pm
Fort Snelling State Park, Saint Paul
*FREE* EAB Field Workshops
Sign up for one-hour workshops with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to get a first-hand look at Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)-infested trees and become familiar with early detection. Register online or by phone contact Jennifer Dippel 651-201-6097. Maps and parking instructions will be provided with registration confirmation. (FREE)
Thurs 4/16, Fri 4/17
9-10 am, 11 am-noon or 1-2 pm
Lebanon Hills Campground, Apple Valley
*FREE* EAB Field Workshops Sign up for one-hour workshops with the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to get a first-hand look at Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)-infested trees and become familiar with early detection. Register online or by phone contact Jennifer Dippel 651-201-6097. Maps and parking instructions will be provided with registration confirmation. 
Tues 4/14 7-9 pm
Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley
Land of 10,000 Lakes: Water for Our Future
Minnesota is rich with water, but will it be clean enough, and abundant enough, for the next generation? Come hear about what challenges we face, what good we have done, and what we will need to do for the future of Minnesota’s water resources. Speaker - Dr. Deborah L. Swackhamer (FREE)


Links for More Professional Development Opportunities
Como Park Zoo and Conservatory
National Park Service
Minnesota Native Plant Society
Minnesota Zoo
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Dodge Nature Center
District 10
Carpenter Nature Center
Tamarack Nature Center
REI Store Roseville
Bell Museum
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