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.



Join our hundreds of volunteers who share their passions and talents to help Three Rivers carry out its mission to promote environmental stewardship through recreation and education in a natural resources-based park system. Find out about the many many opportunities for both individuals and groups by clicking here.

Saturday, March 7 – Beekeeping Basics (two sessions), Gale Woods Farm, 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Gain all the information you need to keep bees in cold climates. Explore two years of beekeeping with veteran beekeeper and entomologist Dan Palmer, from purchasing and assembling equipment and obtaining bees to producing...

Our Outdoor Recreation School recently developed a partnership to operate an innovative year-round paddling program to assist with the recovery of veterans injured while serving our country. Edina provides indoor pool space at Edinborough Park, Team River Runner provides certified kayaking instructors, the VA Hospital provides recreational therapists and transportation,...

Saturday, February 21 – Take a Kid Ice Fishing Community Day, Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Start a new family tradition! Fishing equipment and ice holes provided. Co-sponsored by the New Prague Sportsman’s Club. Drop in anytime. Saturday, February 28 – Chickens in Your Backyard,...

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John Gunyou
Three Rivers Parks Board Chair