Trail maintenance done. A few erosion areas filled in again. Trash picked up. Trail came through the winter in great shape. People enjoying a walk or bike ride already. Enjoy spring.
A week ago there was a foot of snow on the trail and today some sections are bare and some are glare ice! If you are on the trail keep this in mind. As soon as the weather is warmer and the trail dries up we will grade the trail and fill in the erosion […]
LETTER TO LOCAL PAPERS
In case you missed my letter to some local papers I’ve posted it here. Some on the Buffalo County Board are pushing for a referendum on the November Ballot asking the voters to weigh in on whether there should be a trail through Buffalo County. Watch for more information. I want to tell you about […]
Thank you for attending the Public Meeting
It was a good meeting and we appreciate all of you for taking the time to learn about phase 2. It’s hard to believe that construction won’t begin until 2024. When there are so many agencies and a railroad involved nothing moves very fast. We are lucky to have SEH and especially Tara involved because […]
People and businesses that helped make Phase 1 possible and begin work on Phase 2. We need to add the information about the Federal and State funding that supported the majority of the costs.
A Sign of the Times
Keeping the Trail Safe
Filling in the ditches on the trail from the rain has been an ongoing job. Some permanent solution may be needed in the future but for now thanks to all who help keep the trail safe and clean. Today we picked up trash as well as filled in the trouble spots the old fashioned way!
Phase 2 Timeline Update & News
Super Great News for All supporters of the Flyway Trail – Winona Connection Brandon Jutz, Regional Transportation Coordinator for U.S Fish & Wildlife Service has confirmed that Fish & Wildlife Headquarters has committed to spending $700,000 as a match for the $1.2 million FLAP grant already secured. These funds will be used to complete the […]
Flyway Funding News Release
National Wildlife Refuge SystemTrempealeau National Wildlife RefugeW28488 Refuge Road Trempealeau, WI 54661FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Stephanie Edeler (608) 539-2311, ext. 6August 4, 2021 Wildlife Refuge Specialist Flyway Trail Funding from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceBrandon Jutz, Regional Transportation Coordinator for U.S Fish & Wildlife Service has confirmed that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Headquarters […]