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Love your River: Community Input Sessions
Posted by helen on February 2nd, 2013
You’re invited to join us at an upcoming Community Input Session to review the findings of our recently completed Interpretive Master Plan and provide feedback.
The sessions will unveil key initiatives developed as a result of the input gathered over the last year and a half of the planning process. We will gather your feedback on the plan and discuss possible community projects, including water trail development, overnight lodging opportunities, corridor-wide marketing and promotion, kiosk and anchor site installation, and more.
Click on the event below to RSVP:
Prairie du Chien
Saturday, February 23, 10:00 am
1906 S. Marquette Road
Saturday, February 23, 3:00 pm
Trader’s Bar & Grill
6147 US Highway 14
Sunday, February 24, 2:00 pm
Merrimac Village Hall
100 Cook Street
Monday, February 25, 6:00 pm
Montello City Hall
20 Underwood Avenue
Fond du Lac
Tuesday, February 26, 5:30 pm
Fond du Lac Public Library
32 Sheboygan Street
Wednesday, February 27, 6:00 pm
UW-Extension, James P. Coughlin Center
625 County Road Y
Thursday, February 28, 6:00 pm
Neville Public Library
210 Museum Place
Light snacks provided.
Information gathered through these public input sessions will help us determine what services can be supported by local communities within the Parkway to enhance economic development and tourism-related opportunities.
Interpretive Master Plan
Released in January, the Interpretive Master Plan provides a comprehensive overview of the resources, stories and landscapes found throughout the Parkway, and provides strategies to unify them and recommends appropriate actions to better interpret and utilize these resources. This is one in a series of plans that will serve as the foundational documents for the Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway.
Click here to read the plan now and provide feedback online.
The Parkway is taking an innovative approach to conservation. This approach, designed by the National Park Service, connects citizens, local businesses and groups to the preservation process, giving each community the tools and resources they need to shape the long-term futures of their distinct region.
Please contact Candice Mortara, FWHP President at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.