Old Highway 54 is being cleared. It will be a wide, beautiful path for walking and biking which will connect Winona to Wisconsin. The old highway is in pretty good shape and will be put to good use again.
Trail and bridge work goes on this winter.
NEWS RELEASE UNLOCKING FLYWAY TRAIL – BRIDGING THE BLUFFS CAMPAIGN CO-CHAIRS NAMED — PRELIMINARY WORK STARTS For Immediate Release: OCTOBER 21, 20019 Contact: DAVE ADCOCK, email@example.com Gary Evans, Winona business and philanthropic leader and Jim Wilkie, Mayor of Alma, Wis., will spearhead the FLYWAY TRAIL – BRIDGING THE BLUFFS Capital Campaign, a $1.2M campaign for […]
If you drive south on Hwy 35 past the turn to Winona you will see orange construction barrels. This is where they are preparing the way for the trail south of the new railroad bridge This part of the trail will follow closely along Hwy 35. I plan on attending the construction meetings so I […]
Excitement is growing for The Flyway Trail! Thank you very much for agreeing to read the draft campaign materials for the $1.2 million Bridging the Bluffs campaign. Volunteers are contacting more than 150 individuals, businesses and organizations to request input on the campaign’s draft Case Statement and Frequently Asked Questions documents. We are looking for […]
We’ve rounded up a couple of the most recent articles sharing the good news. Buffalo County pledges $150K toward trail to connect Winona to Wisconsin https://www.winonadailynews.com/news/local/buffalo-county-pledges-k-toward-trail-to-connect-winona-to/article_3c45c3a6-c083-5eb0-8152-f4dfd6645d88.html Winona City Council reaffirms support for Flyway Trail https://www.winonadailynews.com/news/local/winona-city-council-reaffirms-support-for-flyway-trail/article_ca33c38e-6a71-5407-b2cd-32d30be3c7d9.html Proposed bike trail would provide Winonans safe, convenient passage to Wisconsin https://www.winonadailynews.com/news/local/proposed-bike-trail-would-provide-winonans-safe-convenient-passage-to/article_fdf4be9e-8715-5845-bb7b-6b4cb0ec1fb0.html Interested in learning more about Flyway Trail and […]
We have secured an easement on land along the Capx corridor between Alma and County Road OO. In order to apply for engineering and construction funding for the Flyway Trail we need to have “control” of the land it will be built on. This is the beginning of that process. A small but important step […]
If you haven’t visited this little gem of a trail yet I encourage you to do so. Not a long or too strenuous a trail but you are rewarded with a delightful array of moss covered rocks and logs. The Dairyland Point leg of the trail ends at a great overlook point a bit to […]
We would like to begin the Flyway Trail by working on the route from Alma to Cochrane. Much of the land is owned by Dairyland Power and they have agreed we can build the trail under the CapX 2020 line and elsewhere on their property.
Thanks to Dan and Jim we have our own space at 112 Main Street. We could use some office furniture. Anyone have a conference table and chairs or a desk?