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  • Term Dates: June 3-June 28, 2019
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  • Allocation Period: May 5-7
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20015 Natural History of Minneapolis Parklands - LATE START DATE  

Visit five Minneapolis parks to discover how they were formed, what lives there, and what makes each place special. More detailed information will be sent just prior to the first week. Participants will meet at each park listed. Fee covers the cost of a private program offered with a naturalist.

May 3 - Minnehaha Park
May 10 - Mississippi River Gorge
May 17 - Theodore Wirth Park, Quaking Bog, and Spring
May 24 - Bassett Creek
May 31 - Lyndale Gardens and Roberts Bird Sanctuary

 

 

 

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