Article written by: Nealy Molhoek, Stewardship Supervisor As hints of spring begin to appear all around us, many of us take the opportunity to spend more time outdoors, either in our own backyards, or in the parks that we’re so lucky to be surrounded with in Ottawa County. However, not
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
The eco goats have returned for another year! Paul Busman volunteer veterinarian who has donated time and material to this program for years Our many volunteers who check on the goats daily to make sure they are behaving Friends of Ottawa County Parks for their ongoing support of this project
Sensory trail at Grand River Park Theodore (Tas) Stoetzner of Boy Scout Troop 354 of Jenison completed his Eagle Scout project by constructing the park system’s first sensory trail in May. “I chose this project to help kids and families who live with autism enjoy the parks and be outside
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