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Hundreds of volunteers provide us with a total of more than 4000 hours of help every year, and love what they do! There are many ways to share your skills, expertise and energy

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Raingarden Workshops

Unseasonably warm weather, long droughts and flooding rains are the new normal for spring and summer in Minnesota. Learn how your yard can adapt to and even help mitigate threats posed by these extreme weather events.

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If you love gardens, clean water and working with your community, come and enjoy the fun! Metro Blooms is supported by hundreds of volunteers who are a core part of our team. Volunteering with us is an opportunity to develop new skills and make new friends while making a direct and lasting impact on the community. There are many ways to share your skills, expertise and energy such as:

  • Evaluating gardens for our award recognition program.
  • Digging in the dirt, by planting a raingarden.
  • Taking pictures of award-winning gardens and at our events.
  • Represent Metro Blooms at local expos and community events.
  • Assisting in the planning of┬ávolunteer and fundraising events.
  • Consider showing off your garden by hosting a small event with our help.
  • Administrative support, social media outreach, newsletter input.
  • Get your fellow employees together for a unique team building day!

Everyone can make a difference! Help us protect and preserve our environment by volunteering today!

Please fill out the Volunteer Sign-up Form and we will let you know when volunteer opportunities fit your interest.

 

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Your donation is an investment in the future of our shared legacy, and will help us improve the health of our urban landscapes.

If you love gardens, clean watersheds and working with your community, join hundreds of others and enjoy the fun!

Metro Blooms Blue Thumb program is a public-private partnership promoting the use of native plants, raingardens and shoreline stabilization to improve water quality.