As Three Rivers Board Chair, I am proud of what we have accomplished over the years, and remain committed to connecting people with nature through collaborative partnerships, long-term environmental stewardship and fiscally responsible management. I am particularly excited about our recent initiatives to bring more of Three Rivers’ exceptional recreation and natural resources programs into our communities, especially for children and seniors.
I invite you to check out my blog on this website for updates on our many activities at Three Rivers. You can also sign up for my monthly newsletter to stay in touch, and I hope you will please consider joining our 800 volunteers at Three Rivers!
Okay, that title sounds a little like a 60's rallying call, but a real effort is underway to insure more people can experience all that is special about Three Rivers Parks without them ever setting foot in one of our parks. Here's a great StarTribune article about how we are...
Three Rivers has launched several equity initiative projects to expand our outreach in underserved areas and populations. One such initiative involves the development of pocket parks and the provision of programs along regional trails in the inner tier suburbs, and includes extensive community engagement with communities along the identified trails....
Thousands of kids tour our popular Gale Woods Farm every year, and this time, WCCO's Jason DeRusha stopped by to eat some of our products! Talk about locally sourced! Click here to see the video.
Open this pdf attachment for more information on participating in our Give to the Max Day, an update on the Bassett Creek Trail project, how to be a Prairie volunteer like those pictured, and our annual Ski sale!