On Give to the Max Day 2023, we honored our founder’s vision to bring more tree canopy to St. Paul.
Friends of the Parks and Trails founder Peggy Lynch will turn 90 in December. Her goal is to plant more trees.
City of Saint Paul residents will vote on Tuesday, November 7 for a 1 cent sales tax initiative, plus City Council and School Board.
Friends of the Parks and Trails was among nine neighborhood and environmental groups to advocate for city-funded improvements.
Recent parks news: trash in East Side parks and a reaffirmation that no tobacco or marijuana smoking is allowed in city parks.
The Midtown Greenway is one of the City of Minneapolis’ chief cycling assets. Now it’s time to extend the Greenway into St. Paul.
Pig’s Eye Park is the largest and least known public park in St. Paul. That can change if you voice support for a city STAR Grant!
We’re hosting events throughout the summer to help our members get involved and educated about birds, buses, urban park design and more.
Reducing driving will protect against climate change. But let’s move the proposed Purple Line Bus Rapid Transit off the Bruce Vento trail.