• Lebanon Hills Visitor Center (map)
  • 860 Cliff Road
  • Eagan, MN, 55123
  • United States

The School of Environmental Studies Education Foundation (SESEF) is hosting the second annual 5K Fun Run through the beautiful trails of Lebanon Hills! 
The event will take place Saturday, October 1st at 9:00 AM (registration opens at 8:00). The race will begin and end at the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center. We will have a post-run breakfast starting around 10:00 am followed by a raffle.  The registration fee includes a commemorative TShirt, breakfast and one raffle ticket (additional raffle tickets may be purchased at the event for $5.00/ea). 

Course Map

Ticket Information:
General: $25.00 advance/$30.00 event day
Student: $15.00 advance/$20.00 event day
Breakfast only: $10.00
*Online registration will close one week prior to the event (Saturday, September 24). T-shirt sizes will be guaranteed to online registrants ONLY!
(link to Active.com registration site!)

If you would like to help volunteer for the event, please follow the link to fill out the form! https://goo.gl/LDevrl  

Not a runner or a morning person? Can’t make it to the event? You can still support the school by making a donation to SESEF! http://goo.gl/Vjrc23 

100% of proceeds will go to SESEF who works to raise funds for SES' academic needs, technological equipment, and scholarship funding for both local and international educational experiences. SESEF is composed entirely of volunteers who have dedicated their time to support the excellent education of students from the School of Environmental Studies.

About the School Of Environmental Studies

The mission of the School of Environmental Studies (http://sesmn.org) is to be a community of leaders learning to enhance the relationship between humans and their environments. Opened in 1995 as a unique partnership between Independent School District 196, the City of Apple Valley, and the State of Minnesota (Minnesota Zoo), SES is a response to the well-documented need to create smaller, more effective learning communities providing authentic learning experiences.


SES immerses its students in the study of environmental topics and issues working with and often alongside professionals in the field. Students graduate from SES knowing how to learn as well as what to learn and are well prepared for a lifetime of participation and education.



About the SES Education Foundation

The SES Education Foundation (SESEF) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)community group of volunteers who find many ways to support SES. Established in 1999, the foundation encourages high academic standards, experiential learning, and excellence in teaching by providing scholarships and grants for new and innovative projects that, due to budget limitations, the school is unable to fund. People like you are currently serving on the SESEF Board of Directors.


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