As far as we know, Spring is still on the way, and Duluth Parks and Recreation is looking for volunteers to help clean up.

Start your own "Clean and Green" project.

Everyone is encouraged to help, whether you are an individual or part of a larger group or organization. The City will provide all necessary supplies to all registered Clean and Green projects and will also haul away the bags of collected garbage after the event!

Individuals and groups are encouraged to commit to picking up garbage at a location of their choice throughout the season by choosing to “adopt-a-spot.” One-time clean-up events are also welcomed and are a great group activity for friends, clubs, churches or businesses. If you don’t have a particular location in mind, one can be assigned depending on the group’s size, age, availability, and other preferences.

Opportunities to help out begin soon and will continue till fall.

· Sunday, April 28th from 2pm – 5pm, Duluth Parks is partnering with the Duluth Experience for a clean-up of Skyline Parkway.

·  Saturday, May 4th from 2pm – 5pm, Duluth Parks is partnering with Twin Ports Trailer Trash, Twin Ports Bid, Duluth Climbers Coalition and the Duluth Skyline Preservation Alliance for a clean-up of Bardon’s Peak.

·  Saturday, May 11th from 9am-11:30am, Duluth Parks is partnering with Friends of the Lakewalk and Hoops Brewing for a clean-up along the Lakewalk.

Questions can be directed to Cheryl Skafte, Volunteer Coordinator, at or 218-730-4334.

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