Celebrate our Red has been cancelled for 2020 due to Covid-19. Instead, we have decided to focus our efforts on a membership drive. We need you now more than ever. Please consider becoming a member of River Keepers with the funds you would have used to buy a ticket or two. Your membership ensures River […]
Make a T-shirt Tote by following these instructions… https://www.riverkeepers.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/2020-Tote-Pattern-two-sided.pdf and then make a produce bag or coasters from the scraps…https://www.riverkeepers.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/T-shirt-to-Tote-Scrap-Project-Instructions.pdf
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Written by Alyssa Cahoon The American Kestrel, or Falco sparverius, is a famous falcon in the Red River Valley. They are often seen perched on telephone poles or high posts along roadsides and open country areas, making the prairie a favorite ecosystem by the species. You may spot one around the Red River in the […]
River Keepers accepted the 2019 Volunteer Organization Trees Award from the North Dakota Forest Service on behalf of the Reforest the Red Project. Project partners include The City of Fargo – Government, Fargo Park District, and Cass County Soil Conservation District. The award was in recognition of the efforts to coordinate over 550 volunteers to plant thousands of trees and […]
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Written by Sarah Ambuehl, volunteer Around 75 kids and their families came together on July 23rd for the River Arts Fishing Clinic at Memorial Park in Moorhead. The event’s success was due to the various project partners; Moorhead Parks and Recreation, and the FM Walleyes. We were also fortunate for the 15 dedicated volunteers who […]
Written by David Bunzow They came on both 21 and single speed bicycles, in trucks and carpooling automobiles, on foot, and in a wheelchair – more than 110 willing volunteers aged 7-73 – with the singular purpose of assisting nature by improving a historic park section of The Red River of the North in Moorhead, […]