Thanks for your interest in Three Rivers!

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.

John

 

People came from far and wide to cross-country ski at Hyland this winter! Visitors from two dozen different countries and 42 different states rented skis at Hyland Nordic this past winter. Our international skiers included visitors from: India, Israel, Malaysia, Ireland, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, Norway, Belgium, The Netherlands,...

Like many park agencies, Three Rivers is working to minimize the inevitable impact of Emerald Ash Borers (EAB) on our parks. To avoid the catastrophic impact of thousands of ash trees dying within a short period of time, we have begun a selective and incremental reduction in the number of ash...

Wayfinding signs are now in place on Richfield's section of our new Nine Mile Creek Regional Trail! This 3.8-mile section of the trail spans the entire City of Richfield east to west along 75th and 76th streets, providing local connections to the city’s library, community center, Wood Lake Nature Center,...

Thursday, April 2 – Walk When the Moon is Full, Richardson Nature Center, 7:30 – 9 p.m. The trees are waking up! Fill your senses on a spring night hike. Identify trees and search for creatures relying on them. Friday, April 3 – Egg Trail and Rabbit Habits, Richardson Nature...

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John Gunyou
Three Rivers Parks Board Chair