• Artist George Catlin recorded the quarrying activity at the pipestone quarries in 1836

    Pipestone

    National Monument Minnesota

Public Involvement

Volunteer in Parks

Become a VIP and put yourself at the heart of the park experience. As a Volunteer at Pipestone National Monument, you can make a difference!

For more information regarding the Pipestone National Monument volunteer program, please contact the Park Volunteer Coordinator at 507-825-5464 or email.

 

Current Volunteer Opportunities

Did You Know?

Western Prairie Fringed Orchid

Two species listed under the Endangered Species Act are found at Pipestone National Monument: the Topeka shiner and the Western Prairie Fringed Orchid. More...