Interested in participating in a River Keepers activity or helping with one of our projects? Below is a list of all of them in alphabetical order. Please also visit our calendar page to see what’s happening at the moment—it’s also located at the bottom of every page.
Celebrate Our Red
Celebrate Our Red is a board led fundraising event for River Keepers at the Hotel Donaldson. Hors d’oeuvres buffet, beer and wine, silent auction and doorprizes. Silent auction items are unique and have included a downtown rooftop tour, Fargo Brewing Company tour, Fargo-Moorhead area attractions package, rain barrel and installation, catfishing trip, and more!Read More
Land Trail Development
To ensure trails developed along river are connected. Examples: Complete bike path by Oak Grove Park making a loop from Lindenwood to Oak Grove, across the River to Memorial Park and down to Gooseberry Park and to have pedestrian bridges usable throughout the whole year.Read More
To support sustainable development along the riverfront. Examples: bridges and immediate green space, study tours of riverfront communities, develop master plans, bring potential partners together. Riverfront Development Master Plan is intended to guide Fargo’s riverfront development in a long range plan.Read More
River Keepers developed a Sister River relationship between the Red River of the North and the Dniester River in Moldova, Europe. Our partner in Moldova is Eco-TIRAS, an international environmental association of River Keepers. With funding from Museums & Communities Collaboration Abroad (MCCA) which is a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State in partnership with the American Association of Museums to cooperate with the Rodger Ehnstrom Nature Center in Wahpeton, ND, and the Natural and History City Museum of Bendery in the Transdniester region of Moldova.Read More