Video: Restoring healthy lands and waters
A broad coalition of people, aligned with agriculture, recreation, conservation, urban/rural communities, education, and government entities, make up the The Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership. The group is reporting positive results: Landowners are coming forward to learn more and take real steps toward land management that has a positive impact ...read more →
Photographer Kay Herbst Helms’ exhibition of photographs tells the story of the Seven Mile Creek Watershed Partnership-a group of people who share a common interest in the health of the water in this particular watershed.
Join us! This season, we will host our biggest event yet at Doyle-Kennefick Future Regional Park; Restore land along along the Minnesota River in the MN Valley National Wildlife Refuge; Cast milkweed pods on historic land in Mendota Heights, and plant trees in Crosby Farm Regional Park and milkweed ...read more →
Turning off a busy Cliff Road in Eagan, into Lebanon Hills Regional Park, brings visitors into a vast natural area with miles of trails, a dozen small lakes, swimming beach, horse trails, campgrounds, and an education center. This is Dakota County’s largest park and people throughout the metro area ...read more →
2017 was a record-breaking year. Families and community groups joined us outdoors to dig deep and improve natural areas across the state – not just for today, but for generations to come. We engaged 2,800 volunteers at 63 restoration events across Minnesota Restored 2,200 acres of threatened prairie land, ...read more →