The eco goats have returned for another year! You can find them at Bur Oak Landing (West) on Oriole Drive. They are located to the south of the parking area. Easy to find. If the water level goes down, the goats will spend time at Eastmanville Bayou and at Riverside
Adopt-a-Park was launched in 2010 in partnership with the United Way of Greater Ottawa County. Since then, it has grown to 16 companies and schools caring for their favorite parks and making great progress! Featured company: Tyson Foods “Tyson Foods has been part of the Adopt-A-Park program since before the
Service learning projects are a special segment of our volunteer philosophy. In addition to getting the community outside and caring for our natural lands, it’s an educational opportunity to connect students with the outdoors and our natural heritage. It’s a chance to teach students about ecosystems while improving an ecosystem.
The Park Stewards program was created in 2016 because of a number of particularly enthusiastic volunteers who had the time and desire to volunteer more frequently. Caring for our natural resources is a high priority for Ottawa County Parks, but one that could use an infinite amount of staff and