Committees

Development

Member Information

The Development Committee will monitor and evaluate the Park’s fund-raising efforts, including those of the Mill Creek MetroParks Foundation, the Friends of Fellows Riverside Gardens, and other relevant Park entities, and make recommendations to the Board to coordinate and improve these efforts.

Meetings


Goals and Annual Reports

Community Engagement

Member Information

The Community Engagement Committee will monitor and evaluate the Park’s current efforts to attract and retain qualified and dedicated volunteers, and the recreational sites and activities in the Park, and make appropriate recommendations to the Board on such matters.

Meetings

  • 1.11.19 – Meeting
    10:00 a.m, Classroom A, MetroParks Farm


Environment

Member Information

The Environment Committee will monitor and evaluate the current contracts, and proposed future contracts, between the Park and private or public companies which use, or seek to use, Park property to extract or transport gas, oil, or other materials or chemicals and make appropriate recommendations to the Board on such matters. The Environment Standing Committee will also provide recommendations to the Board regarding protecting and enhancing the Park’s environmental quality and natural resources.

Meetings


Goals and Annual Reports

Finance

Member Information

The Finance Committee will monitor and evaluate the Park’s revenues and expenditures, evaluate proposed budgets, and make recommendations on these matters to the Board to ensure long-term fiscal soundness.

Meetings


Horticulture

Member Information

The Horticulture Committee will monitor and evaluate the programs used and the practices followed in the Park to grow, sustain, or remove plants, flowers, trees, and other vegetation and make appropriate recommendations to the Board on such matters.

Meetings


Goals and Annual Reports

Nature Education

Member Information

The Nature Education Committee will monitor and evaluate the nature education programs offered by the Park and make appropriate recommendations to the Board on them.

Meetings


Goals and Annual Reports

Wildlife

Member Information

The Environment Committee will monitor and evaluate the current contracts, and proposed future contracts, between the Park and private or public companies which use, or seek to use, Park property to extract or transport gas, oil, or other materials or chemicals and make appropriate recommendations to the Board on such matters. The Committee will also provide recommendations to the Board regarding protecting and enhancing the Park’s environmental quality and natural resources.

Meetings


Goals and Annual Reports