Minnesota Master Naturalist

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NPLD - Twin Ports Virtual Clean Up, Duluth

Twin Ports Virtual Clean Up, Duluth website

City Hall
Duluth MN, MN 55802

Twin Ports residents are invited to join in the Twin Ports Virtual Clean Up as a part of National Public Lands Day 2020. Near your favorite waterway, be it Lake Superior or a neighborhood creek OR around your neighborhood and nearby storm drain (the Twin Ports is really just a giant watershed with everything leading to the lake)!

How to participate Sign Up on Minnesota Master Naturalist page to get your MNat bandana from us, then go to the Duluth website and sign up with the city. (Yes, two sign ups are required-please roll with it!) Duluth Residents Sign Up Form https://duluthmn.gov/kdc/sign-up/ Grab a five-gallon bucket or old grocery bag to reuse (or another bag available to you). Put on your gloves or grab your litter grabber. Pick up whatever litter you see for at least 30 minutes. Get picky! Look for little pieces of plastic and cigarette butts. Wave to your neighbors! Take pictures of your amazing work. Dispose of the collected waste in your personal trash containers. Wash your hands! Share your impact by tagging @TwinPortsCoastalCleanup + # TwinPortsCoastalCleanup #MNat online. Be entered to win great prizes by submitting your clean-up results through the Twin Ports Coastal Clean-Up Litter Report.

Sign up is required by September 18. Please bring a mask to be work when social distancing is not possible (registration, breaks, etc) All participants will be given a bandana and are asked to share an individual photo on social media, #MNatNPLD. Family members are invited to participate, but required to register.

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Instructor Information

Amy Rager

Amy received a BA in Elementary Education from the College of St. Scholastica and a MEd in Environmental Leadership and Learning from the University of MN. She has worked for cooperative extension for 28 years in various positions, but has always tied her work to the environment. She is currently the state program director for the Minnesota Master Naturalist Program.

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University of MN Extension

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