OF THE PROFITS
Wood Lake Nature Center's
environmental-education program with the Richfield Public Schools, a
partnership that began with Wood Lake's opening in 1971.
LINE/FINISH LINE/PACKET PICKUP
Richfield Ice Arena (636
East 66th Street)
$1 of each race registration funds
purchase and planting of hardwood rain forest trees
at the Santa Familia Primary School in Belize, to offset the event's carbon
The certified half-marathon course is flat,
circular, and passes through shaded residential neighborhoods, past several
Richfield parks, and through three natural areas. The 5K course
features a lap around Taft Lake.
available at the finish line: quarter-zip
pullovers-$40; hats-$15; pint glasses-$7.50
each (or four for $25).
The Greenlayer Evolution SS, a microfiber,
moisture-wicking shirt made with recycled materials, available in women's and
unisex cuts. Distributed at the finish line area.
View searchable 2015
race results here.
Our mission is to
running event of the highest quality, that is both
environmentally-sustainable and profitable for
Wood Lake Nature Center.
Urban Wildland Half Marathon
& 5K | c/o Wood Lake Nature Center | 6710 Lake Shore Drive | Richfield, MN 55423
| 612-861-9369 | Contact Us