Author: Kelley Regan

Kelley moved to Eden Prairie in 2004 with her husband Matt and her four children. She graduated from Bethel College in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Organizational Business and Leadership. Kelley has been a real estate advisor for over 23 years. She is active in the community and a dedicated Eden Prairie volunteer. Her volunteer experience includes The PROP Shop, Eden Prairie Historical Society, Eden Prairie News, and others. She looks forward to bringing news to Eden Prairie’s residents through both her stories and photography.

If you are looking for a true farm experience when selecting your perennials, annuals, and vegetables, visit the Picha farm in Eden Prairie. Just a short jaunt off Eden Prairie Road and over the railroad tracks, you will find a dirt road leading to the farmstead and its charming farmer’s market.  It’s owned and operated by a five-generation farm family with roots going back to the 1800s. Today, the Picha farm is owned and operated by Terry Picha and his wife, Kathy. They do it all: planting, harvesting, and selling. And, word has it that Terry is quite the cultivator.…

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Mother Nature performs a neat trick this time every year. If everything goes right, it’s a “Look at me now!” type of moment: color everywhere, including a transformation of trees into pieces of art. It’s been that kind of autumn in Eden Prairie, as photographer Kelley Regan has documented. Her photos reflect an ongoing, city-wide art exhibit wrought by nature this October. We call this ongoing exhibit “The Colors of Change in Eden Prairie.”

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