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St. Louis Audubon Fall Stewardship Projects

We had another fantastic year made possible by over 350 volunteers just like you contributing nearly 1,500 hours of service planting, cleaning and clearing! We’re better off because of your service and hope to see you again this fall for one of these projects! 

Volunteers are requested to register for all projects by providing their name, contact information and number attending to mitch@stlouisaudubon.org or (314) 599-7390.

All projects begin at 9 am, registration starts at 8:30. All are half-day. Gloves and other supplies/materials are provided. All ages welcome, except where noted, but those under 18 must have parental/adult supervision at all times.


Saturday Oct 21st
Creve Coeur Park
Planting project

We will be planting the Mallard Lake shoreline with a variety of native shrubs and small trees. Bring a shovel if you have one, and waterproof boots or waders might be helpful. We will meet in the south lot at the Creve Coeur Lakehouse, 2160 Creve Coeur Mill Road, St. Louis, MO 63146.


Saturday Nov 11th
Creve Coeur Park
Honeysuckle removal

Bring your favorite lopper or saw. Meet at the Katy Trail Connector parking lot at the Eileen Pfeiffer Shelter on River Valley Drive, just west of the overpass to Hwy 364. RAIN DATE NOV 18TH.


Saturday Dec 9th
Creve Coeur Park
Bradford Pear Purge

Help us remove this pest plant. We will meet at the “red sheds” visible just west of Hwy 141, but accessed thru the park entrance at 150 River Valley Dr, Chesterfield, MO 63017. Go thru the entrance, turn left and follow the signs. Power tools will be in use; adults only.



Honeysuckle Sweep for Healthy Habitat—Oct 28th thru Nov 12th

For additional opportunities around the St. Louis region to remove invasive bush honeysuckle and help restore our natural areas see the BiodiverseCity St. Louis website for all the details. 



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Mitch Leachman

Mitch Leachman is the Executive Director of the St. Louis Audubon Society and coordinator of the Bring Conservation Home program.

He has been gardening with native plants for over 10 years and enjoys every one of the critters (including the rabbits and squirrels) supported by his current inventory of 65 species of native plants.

On staff with St. Louis Audubon since 2008, Mitch plans and coordinates many chapter activities, including Bring Conservation Home, community stewardship projects, fundraising, communications and outreach.

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