Friends of the Eagan Core Greenway
What You Can Do
Friends of the Eagan Core Greenway is a non-profit citizens' organization dedicated to the preservation of Eagan's expansive and environmentally sensitive green space.
Things You Can Do To Help Protect the Eagan Core Greenway and Its Surroundings:
- Contact your Eagan City Council Members and tell them how important the protection of Eagan's Open Space is and, in particular, the preservation of the Eagan Core Greenway in its entirety. You can do so collectively, by e-mail c/o firstname.lastname@example.org, or individually:
- Contact members of the Eagan City Advisory Parks Commission and convey the same message: email@example.com
- Write Letters to the Editor voicing your support for Patrick Eagan Park and the Eagan Core Greenway initiative:
- Join the Friends of the Eagan Core Greenway E-group for regular updates and current information:
- Become a member of Friends of the Eagan Core Greenway to help ensure the protection of the Eagan Core Greenway and other sensitive local Open Space: Call John Ward (Eagan): (651)-688-0451.
- In the Fall of 2002, Dakota County voters said "Yes" to a referendum to approve a ten-year $20 million bonding bill that is allocating funds to protect additional Open Space in the county: see the Dakota County Farmland and Natural Areas Program.