Environment

Current initiatives to keep Fulton green:

Rainwater Management

Maintaining Our Urban Forest

Fulton Plant Sale – May 31 – June 2, 2013

  • Always the same weekend as the Edina Art Fair
  • Proceeds from our annual plant sale each year are set aside to plant additional boulevard trees in Fulton neighborhood.
  • To donate plants for the sale or to volunteer to organize, set up or staff the plant sale, contact Cathy Karasov at 612-916-5852 or e-mail cogara1313@yahoo.com

 

Past Projects

The Fulton Environment Committee has been implementing Phase II Environment programs since 2004, working to protect and preserve the neighborhood’s natural resources, including:

  • Rainwater management workshops
  • “How to Build Your Own Rain Barrel” workshop
  • Storm Drain Stenciling
  • Earth Day Clean-Up events
  • Buckthorn Removal – “Buckthorn Busts”
  • Tree care workshop
  • Mulching young trees in the neighborhood

Questions?

We want to be a resource for questions about the environment.  Feel free to contact us at environment@fultonneighborhood.org or call 612-922-1591.

Join Us

Join the Fulton Environment Committee.  We typically meet the 4th Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at Pershing Park, but please contact us at environment@fultonneighborhood.org or call 612-922-3106 before you come in case the location of the meeting has changed (we sometimes meet to work on projects, so may be out “in the field.”)

Want more information?

Contact the FNA Coordinator to find out how you can get involved.