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Kids Zone | National Park Service
Resource type: Web Site
The Kids Zone contains more than 50 interactive activities designed to connect children with the people, places, and events commemorated in the country's 391 National Park Service sites.
For more information, visit www.nps.gov/kidszone
Mississippi National River and Recreation Area | Staff
Resource type: Organization
The Mississippi National River and Recreation Area is a part of the National Park System. Designated by an act of Congress in 1988, its role is to: protect, preserve and enhance the significant values of the Mississippi River in the metro area; encourage coordination of federal, state, and local programs, and; assist local government in resource management. The boundaries of the Mississippi National River and Recreation Area include the river and a narrow land boundary stretching from the Crow River near Ramsey, MN on the north end, to the Vermillion River Bottoms in Ravenna Township on the south end. The boundaries enclose 54,000 acres of which approximately 43 (islands) are owned by the federal government. A visitor center is located within the Science Museum of Minnesota building.
Resource type: Exhibit/Display - Resource Person
'The WaterShed' is an engaging, interactive exhibit tent
located at events. The tent exhibits teach people about
watersheds and how people are connected to water and
rivers by their everyday actions in
watersheds. Visitors leave the WaterShed knowing how to
act to support healthy rivers and watersheds.
The WaterShed is sponsored by the Mississippi National
River and Recreation Area (National Park Service) and
other WaterShed Partners. FFI: Lyndon Torstenson, Park
Ranger, River Education, 290-4160, ext. 232. Look in the SEEK
calendar for specific times and event days for 'The Watershed.'
Privacy Statement | SEEK is a program of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency