Grazing goats introduced to the Saint Paul riverfront

May 2, 2017Announcements, Press Release

Update: The goats have moved! Follow the goats travels here. For the first time, the City of Saint Paul is using goats to control spread of invasive species SAINT PAUL – Thirty goats were delivered this afternoon at Indian Mounds Regional Park in Saint Paul, kicking off the city’s new, environmentally friendly initiative of using goats to … Read More

Great River Passage Public Photo Contest

April 28, 2017Announcements

We are launching a photo contest to gather photos of the Mississippi River. To participate in the photo contest, people can post pictures of the Mississippi River in Saint Paul to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag #STPriver. Winning photos that capture the river in one of the four categories below will be chosen … Read More

30 hungry goats to be released in Saint Paul

April 28, 2017Announcements, Press Release

*Please note: This media event has been rescheduled to Tuesday, May 2, at 2 p.m. due to the weather. On Tuesday, May 2, thirty eager goats will be released along the bluff edge at Indian Mounds Regional Park in Saint Paul to kick off the city’s first-ever effort to reduce the spread of invasive species … Read More

River Balcony Master Plan Release for Comment

April 12, 2017Announcements

The River Balcony Master Plan is a guiding document for development of the River Balcony, identifying project scope, development opportunities and design direction. The Master Plan contains a vision statement, goals and design principles for the River Balcony, as well as a set of design guidelines for the Balcony and adjacent private development. The River Balcony … Read More

1,000 Ways to Recreate

April 11, 2017Announcements

Summer in Minnesota means exploring our great lakes and rivers, including the 17 miles of the Mississippi River right here in Saint Paul. The Great River Passage has compiled a calendar of the daily and ongoing programs and events taking place along the river this summer. Visit the calendar as well as a map outlining … Read More