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May 9, 2019

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Photos: (Left) Members of the Blue Valley Community Advisory Council tour the restoration site at Blue Valley Park with guest Larry O'Donnell from Healthy Rivers Partnership in April of 2019. (Right) East High School Green Guard Stewards practice plant identification with Dacoda Maddox from the US Forest Service in Spring of 2019.

We'd love to see the neighborhood (residents) back out at the park biking, fishing, and exploring the nature trails,” said Nancy Simons, Vice President of the Blue Valley Park Neighborhood Association.

While Blue Valley Park and the neighborhood named for this city stream are intrinsically connected to the Blue River, historic disinvestment of the area has created barriers for citizens to enjoy the river and park. The 240-acre park is the site of illegal dumping, flooding, invasive plants and dangerous activities. But that is changing.

"One of the primary goals for the natural area restoration is to create a safe and clean environment in a part of the park...

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