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News From Our Projects

Across the country, our partners are putting their ideas into action...

Dripping Springs, Texas works to update and develop a city-wide trail system
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Salem, Oregon gains approval to build a system of bike trails in Wallace Marine Park
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The NPS to assist 350 communities with conservation and outdoor recreation projects

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RTCA helps Mills County residents develop and map a county-wide trail system
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Interview with Anne Dove, RTCA staff member supporting the Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront Collaborative (CA)

Norwood-Norfolk Central School District moves forward with proposed rail trail (VA)
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Two-mile recreational scenic trail proposed along the shoreline between Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Gorst (WA)
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New England friends group plans a 22-mile multi-use, recreational rail-trail (MA)

The NPS to assist with four projects connecting Ohio residents to the outdoors (OH)

The NPS to assist 250 communities with conservation and outdoor recreation projects (Nationwide)

Through-hikers embark on the 1,800-mile Great Eastern Trail (WV)

Mescalero and non-profit, Aztec Trails and Open Space, work to expand local trail system by 13 miles (NM)

Norwood-Norfolk Central School initiates plan to build a rail-trail for students to walk and bike to school (NY)

Local conservationists work to connect three southwestern California cities with a hiking trail (CA)

RTCA opens a new field office at the University of Arkansas and welcomes new staff member, Guy Headland (AR)

The Pascagoula River hosts an educational adventure fest to encourage people to recreate and learn about the outdoors (MS)