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.
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!
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 […]
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 […]
There is a trail into the Wildlife Refuge Bottoms just a few feet down Hwy 35. It’s a nice side trip. Ride your bike or walk.
Thank you Winona for cleaning up the leaves and mowing. The trail looks good and ready for spring and the bikers and walkers.
Check this out at https://tourdewater.weebly.com/ 4th Annual Tour de Water to include the Flyway Trail
March 7th and people are anxious to be outside in the sun. Many families are walking their dogs, riding bikes and just enjoying the trail. Such a great addition to our area. Now let’s get going on Phase 2. Contact Buffalo County Board members and encourage them to support moving forward ASAP.