WAYZATA, Minn. - Come help plant 700 trees and 1100 perennials on Earth Day April 22 in Wayzata. Great River Greening, the City of Wayzata and other partners have coordinated the event to landscape along part of the Bushaway Road reconstruction.

The day will be a fun experience for all ages. The day begins at 8:30 a.m. with volunteers planting and working for about three hours. Lunch will be provided and a program of speakers will wrap up the event.

Join 200 Great River Greening volunteers this Earth Day in planting 1,100 perennials and 700 trees along a two-mile stretch of the historic scenic byway, Bushaway Road/Highway 101.

Great River Greening is organizing the volunteers and more are needed. Register here.

WHEN: Earth Day Saturday April 22 from 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
WHERE: McGinty and Bushaway - Wayzata

This event is made possible with support from Cargill, City of Wayzata, BNSF, MN Corn Growers Association, KARE11, Wayzata Yacht Club, and Wayzata Sailing School. Registration is required, sign up here.

About Great River Greening:
Great River Greening is an environmental conservation nonprofit that inspires and leads local communities in restoring and conserving the land and water that enrich our lives. Nearly 40,000 volunteers have worked with us, side-by-side, to improve, restore and care for Minnesota’s natural heritage—17,500 acres and counting.