Join us for the Tamarack Nature Preserve Tour

Explore a little known natural area unique to Woodbury and to the Twin Cities metro. 

The City of Woodbury and the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District invite you to join them for a free, guided walking tour of Tamarack Nature Preserve on Wednesday, July 19th from 6:30-8:30 p.m.


Tamarack Nature Preserve has more than 150 acres providing home to plants and trees that are normally found only in northern Minnesota. Learn about the park’s history, geology, unique blend of ecosystems and diversity of plants.

Meet at the Tamarack Nature Preserve parking lot (1825 Tower Drive) at 6:30 pm. Then join the group on a guided walking tour on the boardwalk as plant ecologists answer questions and point out the diversity of unique bog flowers and trees.

Play Tamarack Swamp BINGO and win prizes!

Two tours will be leaving the parking lot 6:40 pm: one tour will be about 30-45 minutes and the other will return to the parking lot by 8:30 pm.


Pre-registration required. Call Deb at 651-792-7959 or email by 4:30 p.m. on July 12. This event is free of charge. Participants of all ages are welcome.
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