This is a cut and paste from the STRIB story in the link below. It is a great opportunity to show support for a paved bicycle connector to get folks from the Bloomington side of the Minnesota River to…Read More »
Look at all these people that decided to #Optoutside #Ourwilderness #saveitdontoaveit Read More »
Re-sharing this post. Election Day in Bloomington is this coming Tuesday.
If you are a Bloomington resident, now is the time to give some new life to the Bloomington City Council…..and boy does it need it.
The post below includes the…Read More »
Sharing this story in the STRIB on Park/Recreational Space in the Metro.
One interesting quote from it:
“Trails, however, have expanded rapidly. The metro area has 131 more miles of regional trails than it did in 2009, according to Met Council…Read More »
This is a quote from the Star Tribune story in the link below.
“The larger volumes of water in the river scour increasing amounts of sand from the banks and bottom. The banks of the muddy Minnesota are vulnerable to…Read More »
Bloomington election season are upon us. Early voting is now live. Election Day is just around the corner.
We’re doing our best to not tell you how to vote, but we are going to share the statements of the two…Read More »
A certain proponent of paving the Minnesota Valley State Trail (River Bottoms Trail) through Bloomington once described those involved in this effort as “hobbyists just trying to protect their hobby”.
Call mountain biking, trail running, hiking, birding and nature loving…Read More »
This is a time for action!!!
If you are a Bloomington resident and passionate about our efforts to preserve the natural version of the Minnesota Valley State Trail (River Bottoms Trail) please show up to and speak up at this…Read More »
The Bloomington City Council has been behind the proposed plan to pave the Minnesota Valley State Trail (River Bottoms Trail).
Patrick Martin is running for Bloomington City council. It could use some new blood.
If you are a Bloomington Resident and…Read More »
About UsWe are a group of dedicated cyclists, trail runners, hikers, nature enthusiasts, and tax paying citizens who believe that it is fiscally irresponsible to build a paved trail in a flood plain. We would like to see the MN River Valley Bottoms remain a natural area with natural trails. We are working hard to make people aware of the proposed trail. We have created a petition for people to sign in support of keeping the MN River Valley Bottoms in the natural state they are in.
Leaving nature alone is the best option for our future generations to enjoy. Ask the deer, birds, etc what they would like to see done with their environment. Please stop with all the toxic footprints. I am one with the Native Americans who see nature as sacred. As humans it is a privilege to be in nature not change it for our conveniences. May you be kind to our River Valley those who have the power to change it. Be humble now and do the right thing.