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Point of View: Keeping It Green
RTC President Keith Laughlin discusses the new "green" issue of the magazine—set to come out digitally on Earth Day, April 22, 2009—and how moving one issue per year online will greatly reduce its environmental impact.

Back in Action
When fully completed, the 12-mile Catharine Valley Trail will offer a creekside tour of frozen waterfalls and New York's famed Finger Lakes region, from the shores of Seneca Lake south through the village of Horseheads. Plus: More Travel Facts

Destination: South Carolina
Take a backyard break from winter's woes just outside of Charleston on the West Ashley Greenway—10.5 miles of palmetto shade, Spanish moss, broad waters and sweet grass breezes.

More Trail Tales:
Readers from Tewksbury, Mass., Poughkeepsie, N.Y., and Lacy, Wash., share how they play on a rail-trail.

 

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