Louise M. Segreto
District 4 Representative
Louise M. Segreto, of Edina, was elected to represent District 4 on the Three Rivers Board in November 2022. Louise has been engaged in the private practice of law for 25+ years. She founded the law firm of Segreto & Associates, practicing primarily in the areas of commercial real estate development and general business law. Most recently, Louise served as a trustee for a complex group of family trusts. She also has worked as a naturalist at the Eden Prairie Outdoor Center. In that role, she taught environmental and outdoor education, helping children and adults discover the natural world. Louise has a bachelor of science degree in natural resources and environmental policy from Cornell University and a juris doctor degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston.
Louise’s public service includes two terms on the Minnesota Parks & Trails Legacy Advisory Committee, two terms on the Edina Park Board, and two terms as a Manager on the Nine Mile Creek Watershed District. Additionally, she has chaired the Environmental Commission for Lake City, Minnesota.
Louise has served as a Board Member of both the Minnesota Division and the Bush Lake/Bloomington Chapter of the Izaak Walton League. She served for two years on the Steering Committee of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources “Becoming an Outdoor Woman” Program, which teaches women and families fishing, hunting and outdoor skills development. She has been a Minnesota Master Naturalist since 2010, logging in excess of 1,200 hours of volunteer service in environmental and outdoor-related education and conservation work plus ongoing advanced training.
Favorite Place in Three Rivers Park District
Since I am an avid outdoors woman, my favorite places in Three Rivers Park District are where I can have “up close and personal” encounters with wildlife and experience seasonal changes in plant and animal life. Whether it’s heading out into the field at dusk with a naturalist at Elm Creek Park Reserve in the spring to watch American woodcocks perform their thrilling sky dance, collecting prairie seeds for replanting with a group of dedicated park volunteers in the fall at Carver Park Reserve or ice fishing at any one of the many Three Rivers Parks, I am always amazed at the wide variety of quality outdoor experiences that are possible.
Louise’s term expires December 31, 2024.