Your Gift Doubled!

Up to $20,000

For donations made between Nov. 1 – 14.

Thanks to the following members who generously created this fund:
Dick Brainerd, Bob Erickson, Louise Fester, Gail Fiskewold, Chris Howard, Esther Kellogg, Peter Seed

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Your Support will be DOUBLED to protect and enhance Minnesota’s parks and trails by:

Collection of stones
Rocks compiled on the beach we're working to add to Tettegouche
Aeriel photo showing the property boundary
Property boundary of land with pebble beach we acquired in 2019 and are now working to add to Tettegouche State Park
From atop bluff on land acquired
From atop the bluff we acquired in 2017 and are working to add to the park
Four people in front of Lake 21
Work day at the land we acquired and are now working to add to Sibley State Park

Your support helps acquire critical land

Magnificent waterfalls, native prairies, clear lakes and pristine forests are the natural treasures we’ve inherited in Minnesota and that we work to preserve and keep accessible for the public’s benefit. To that end, our supporters have enabled us to acquire nearly 10,000 acres to become part of the world-class system of parks and trails in Minnesota.

Today, your support continues this work as we are currently partnering to add land to four state parks and one state trail. Visit our land projects page for details.

Your support gives voice to parks and trails at the Capital

Every year, Minnesota’s legislators make decisions that effect the vitality of our parks and trails now and for the future. We ensure those decision makers understand the many issues facing our outdoor recreation legacy.

We are the voice for these special places and we need your support to make that voice even stronger.

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Foster a Community of Caretakers

We work with and support the efforts of volunteer Friends Groups to care for parks and trails across Minnesota. They are the people on the ground helping to organize clean ups, fundraise for new amenities, and provide citizen input into the management of Minnesota’s parks and trails.