Tenant Farmer’s House Removal

Charles A. Lindbergh State Park

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is accepting comments through Sept. 22 on the Tenant Farmer’s House Removal, Charles A. Lindbergh State Park (Project) Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) to address the removal of the tenant farmer’s house at Charles A. Lindbergh State Park in Little Falls, in Morrison County.

The purpose of the proposed project is to demolish the structure and remove the debris to eliminate a public safety hazard. The structure is a safety hazard due to its state of disrepair and proximity to popular park attractions and amenities.

The tenant farmer’s house was the home of the early-1900s tenant on the farm owned by Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh, namesake of the park and father of the famous aviator. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Charles A. Lindbergh State Park and Lindbergh House Historic District.


A hard copy may be requested by calling 651-259-5694.

The EAW is available for public review at:

  • DNR Library, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155
  • DNR Central Region Headquarters, 1200 Warner Road, Saint Paul, MN  55106
  • Hennepin County – Minneapolis Central Library, Government Documents, Second Floor, 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN  55401-1992
  • Kitchigami Regional Library, 212 Park Avenue, Pine River, MN 56474
  • Carnegie Library, Great River Regional Library System, 108 Northeast Third Street,  Little Falls  MN 56345

The EAW notice was published in the August 23 EQB Monitor, a publication of the Environmental Quality Board.

Deadline for comments

The deadline for comments is 4:30 p.m. Thursday, September 22.

Written comments on the EAW may be submitted no later than 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022, to the attention of Kathy Metzker, EAW project manager, Environmental Policy and Review Unit, DNR Ecological and Water Resources Division, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155‐4025.

Email comments may be sent to [email protected]. Use “Tenant Farmers House” in the subject line. Providing the commenter’s name and mailing address would allow the DNR to follow up with any questions as needed.  

Anyone providing a mailing address or submitting comments via email will receive a copy of the decision document, which includes responses to comments. Because all comments and related information are part of the public record for this environmental review, commenters’ names and email or postal addresses will be published and publicly available as they appear in the materials they submit.