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Nearly $9,000 in grants to make Cedar Valley trails even better

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CEDAR FALLS (KWWL) - $8,775 in grants has been awarded for various projects on the recreational trail system throughout the Cedar Valley.

The Butler County Conservation Board and Hartman Reserve Nature Center are getting the biggest chunks of cash, $2,500 each.
The money will go to improve signage on the Rolling Prairie Trail in Butler County and to remodel the Interpretive Center at Hartman Reserve.

$1,350 will be used buy signage connecting RiverLoop Trail to The Waterloo Center for the Arts, and will also pay for a bike rack and fix-it station.

$1,000 will buy two fix-it stations on the Rolling Prairie Trail in Waverly.

The City of Waterloo will spend $825 for sign repairs on the Sergeant Road Trail.

Finally $600 is going to the City of Readlyn for a fix-it station on the Grump Trail.


Funding for the grants is raised through membership fees to become part of the Cedar Trails Partnership.
You can join online at www.cedartrailspartnership.org

Donations are also collected from the annual Cedar Trails Festival.




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