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.
Concerned about climate change? Want to preserve green space? Eager to learn leadership skills? Consider applying for our volunteer board of directors.
Reducing driving will protect against climate change. But let’s move the proposed Purple Line Bus Rapid Transit off the Bruce Vento trail.
Friends of the Parks and Trails held its first annual meeting since 2019, with a gathering of 40-plus people on June 14, 2023.
Friends’ members enjoy the outdoors, with bird-watching hikes and easy-paced bike tours among their top group activities.
The first in-person annual meeting since 2019 will be taking place at Battle Creek on June 14, 2023. All members of the organization are welcome!
Members and the board voted in June 2023 to use inclusive “they/them” pronouns in Friends of the Parks and Trails’ bylaws.
On April 6, Friends of the Parks and Trails joined a number of city workers and local journalists to watch the opening of St. Paul’s asphalt plant. Despite the day’s […]