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The completed 42-mile Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail, which includes nine bridges and trestles, will showcase the Maple and Grand rivers, fertile farm fields, woodlands and five quaint communities conveniently spaced 8 to 10 miles apart along its length.Read More
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Acres and acres of overgrown thickets of invasive plants: It is a land manager’s worst nightmare, but a goat’s ultimate dream. It’s time these two were introduced.
When Diana Virgil, president of the B&O Trail Association, first started on the B&O Trail in Indiana back in 1992, she had a clear vision of what could be. But, like many big thinkers, she was a little before her time, and resistance to her trail vision was standard.
Right now, elected officials in Washington, D.C., are considering slashing funding support for trails, biking and walking. Raise your voice for trails! Tell President Barack Obama and U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx that trails are essential to life in your state.Take Action