It’s Gunflint Green Up Time Again!

Help restore the Ham Lake Fire Area to a cedar, white, red, and jack pine forest. Join together with Gunflint Trail community members to plant tree seedlings and help rejuvenate this great place.

The “Green Up” is that special time on the Gunflint Trail when spring is beginning to burst forth, the last of ice and snow isdisappearing, birds are migrating, hibernating critters are emerging from their winter homes, moose calves are being born, and buds are opening on trees and shrubs. It is a time of great promise, and a great time to help restore the forest. Join in the fun!

• Walks & Talks
• Welcome Dinner with live music
• Presentation by historian, Lee Johnson
• Tree Planting
• Box Lunch
• Thank You Dinner
• Dance to the Trail’s End Band

May 6-7, 2011
Register by April 30, 2011

More Information and Register at
or call 1-800-338-6932.

Read about last year’s green-up HERE >

Read past posts about the Ham Lake Fire recovery HERE >

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