National Public Lands Day

Volunteers Needed for Planting, Trail Building and River Clean up

Greenway Network Conservation Teams and other volunteers will be picking up trash, planting, removing invasive plants and doing other needed work on public lands near the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers.

The Cora Island Unit of the US Fish and Wildlife Big Muddy Refuge, the Missouri Dept. of Natural Resources Jones Confluence State Park and the US Army Corps of Engineers Riverlands Migratory Bird Sanctuary need your help conserving and restoring our lands and waters.

Bring gloves, water bottle and boots or sturdy shoes. We work rain or shine.

This event takes place in various locations in the Confluence region. View locations on the registration form below.

National Public Lands Day Registration

Volunteer Info

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Event

Ellis Island Trash Pick Up: Meet at the Ellis Island parking lot.
National Great Rivers Museum Trash Pick Up: Meet at the Esplanade Shelter (1 Lock and Dam Way, Alton, IL 62002)
Audubon Center Native Plant Demonstration Garden Work: Meet at the Visitors Center (Audubon Center at Riverlands, 301 Riverlands Way, West Alton, MO 63386) Bring garden gloves and tools.
Cora Island Native Speicies Plangin. Meet at Cora Island Parking lot. Bring gloves, shovels, water bottles.
Jones Confluence Park. Planting. Meet at Park entrance. Bring gloves, shovel, water bottle.

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Participate

1. Complete the Waiver Release Form.

2. Register for the event.

3. Watch the safety video.