National Public Lands Day Activities in the Confluence Region

National Public Lands Day Activities in the Confluence Region will take place on Saturday September 24, 2022.

Volunteers are 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. Please bring gloves, a water bottle, and boots or sturdy shoes. We work rain or shine, so bring your sunscreen or rain gear! Come outdoors and join the fun!

You can find activities suitable for all ages and abilities.  Start times vary with most taking place between 8 am and 11 am.  Check individual registration links for specific details.

National Public Lands Day Registration 2021

National Public Lands Day Registration 2021

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Cora IslandTBD Meet at Cora Island Parking lot. Bring gloves, shovels, water bottles.
Jones Confluence Park. Planting. Meet at the Audubon Center. Bring gloves, shovel, water bottle.
Riverlands and Audubon Center Register here.

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