Forming meaningful partnerships is a part of our work at Conservation Minnesota. Working together ensures that Minnesota’s Great Outdoors are preserved and accessible for future generations. The partnership with Dakota County Parks, which became official in February 2016, will do just that.
Conservation Minnesota has been working with Dakota County Parks to improve turnout for their many volunteer events and is getting to know the dedicated staff and existing volunteers.
Moving forward, we will work together on prairie restoration, combating invasive species, fun family events, and much more. We will share and provide volunteer opportunities at Lebanon Hills Regional Park and Dakota County’s newest edition, Whitetail Woods Regional Park.
About Dakota County Parks
Dakota County is 587 square miles in area and has a population of approximately 400,000 people. The county maintains a land use mixture of 1/3 urban, 1/3 suburban, and 1/3 rural with parks, conservation easements, and greenways throughout. Since 1967, Dakota County Parks has been working to enrich lives by providing high quality recreation and education opportunities in harmony with natural resource preservation and stewardship.