PARTNERS & COLLABORATORS
Our partners and collaborators are practical and innovative by nature, in education, in the arts, with economic opportunity and with land conservation. We recognize the fortitude demonstrated by these organizations, and we are joined to push toward our missions multilaterally. Incredible efforts are already underway, and our ability to link arms ensures we have what it takes to make real change happen.
university of st. thomas - scp arts
SCP Arts collaborates with the Natural Heritage Project to create interactive exhibits and materials that invite children and adults to observe, explore, understand, and restore ecosystems.
Mississippi watershed management organization
The Mississippi Watershed Management Organization’s (MWMO) Stormwater Park and Learning Center collaborates with the Natural Heritage Project as host to interactive art and educational exhibits informed by their district’s boundaries.
art reach saint croix
ArtReach St. Croix is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting the St. Croix Valley community and the visual, literary and performing arts. ArtReach sponsors community arts events, supports the work of artists and other arts organizations, and provides arts leadership within the St. Croix Valley community.
ST CROIX VALLEY BIRD CLUB
The St. Croix Valley Bird Club, via education and exposure, encourages interest in birds among people of the St. Croix Valley, thereby promoting habitat conservation and restoration efforts.
The Wildflower Project
The Wildflower Project creates wildflower gardens through community partnerships that restore and enhance pollinator habitat in urban environments.
Argyle Zebra Gallery
The AZ Gallery is a host organization, providing space for interactive art and educational exhibits in the Lowertown neighborhood of Saint Paul, Minnesota.
The Watershed Cafe
The Watershed Cafe is a host organization, providing space for collaborative and regional art exhibits for up-and-coming artists living and working along the Saint Croix Valley.