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.
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 […]
It doesn’t matter if you’re not an avid bike rider you can walk or take a leisurely ride on the short Flyway Trail. Park at the Buffalo Town Park or at the Latsch Island Park and go. It’s fun to cross over the railroad bridge.
$742,553 and growing! Flyway Trail is taking off because of you!Since Bridging The Bluffs second launch event last week, dozens of donors have pledged and given $183,180 to the campaign for Flyway Trail.Only $61,820 is needed to meet the $245,000 matching challenge grant from WNB Financial, Merchants National Bank, Alliance Bank, Castlerock Foundation and two […]
If you are interested in making a pledge to The Bridging the Bluffs Campaign, please complete this form and send to Sonya Hansen 407 S 2nd Street Alma, Wi 54610 flyway-trail-pledge-form-10.5.19.pdf
We can’t wait to share the exciting news with you about Bridging the Bluffs Campaign. You’re invited to join us at one of our Free Campaign Launch events on February 25 or March 3 at the Winona County History Center, from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Enjoy delicious appetizers, an inspiring short program, and beverages including […]
Now that we have a “blueprint” of sorts for the trail, we need to decide the best way forward. Please watch the video below to see how you can help!