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Green Issue 2013

Welcome to RTC's annual Green Issue — our all digital, web-tastic publication of rail-trail news and features from across America.

The 2013 Green Issue continues our effort to provide more multi-media content — great stories enhanced with video and photos we hope will make you feel like you're right there on the rail-trail.

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The much-loved Jones Falls Trail in Baltimore is growing. And now the city, having seen its fair share of hard times, is riding the bike boom all the way back to national prominence.



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The View that Drew a Million: RTC Honors Champion of Walkway Over the Hudson

May is Bike to Work Month
Do you commute by bike?
A lovely rail-trail to work perhaps?

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A short walk each day can do powerful things for your health and well-being. But, as RTC President Keith Laughlin knows, there are often real barriers to this simplest of activities.

The paintings first began appearing overnight. Now, the celebrity portraits by a local carpenter turned artist are drawing unusual attention to one of Florida's most popular rail-trails.


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Palate of Perennials: A Greenway Gets Color

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RTC is on Instagram! Follow us and tag your best photos from the trail #railstotrails.

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Our members always have plenty to say about Rails to Trails — and we're always eager to hear what they say. Read the Letters to the Editor for what we heard about our Spring/Summer edition.

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Green Issue Staff

Editor-in-Chief: Jake Lynch
Writer/Digital Content: Laura Stark
Creative Direction & Development: Sun Kim
Video Production: Jake Lynch, Scott Stark

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