S.P.R.I.N.G. Project

Sanctuary Protection and Renewal Into the Next Generation
Excitement builds as we begin plans for the future of Springbrook Nature Center!
Springbrook is often described as a jewel of wilderness hidden within an urban setting. After being awarded a $5 million grant from the State of Minnesota for a new interpretive center, this jewel is about to shine even brighter. 

For over a decade, a dedicated group from the City of Fridley and Springbrook Nature Center Foundation have worked to create and implement the S.P.R.I.N.G. project to revitalize the 7-acre park entrance and expand the interpretive center to allow for new programming, a beautiful location to host weddings and specials events. We will also be able to continue our commitment to world-class environmental education to an ever-growing audience.

We are only 15% away from funding the vision of the SPRING project, thanks to the generous gifts and pledges from businesses and individuals throughout the community, organized through the Springbrook Nature Center Foundation, a non-profit group committed to the preservation and improvement of Springbrook Nature Center. You, too, can be a part of the future of Springbrook Nature Center by donating a paver, bench or tree! Visit the Springbrook Nature Center Foundation website to learn more. 

New Interpretive Building

building 2

New Amphitheater