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FWHP Public Community Input Meetings: February 11-16
Posted by helen on January 12th, 2012
You’re invited to attend one of the following public input meetings as we discuss how local communities can join the Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway in protecting and preserving the rivers.
The Parkway will assist communities in telling their unique river stories and help them to identify and promote their recreational, cultural and culinary attractions. Information gathered through these public input sessions will help us determine what services can be supported by local communities within the Fox-Wisconsin Heritage Parkway to enhance economic, tourism and heritage opportunities and generate collaborative private and public partnerships throughout the region.
Everyone is welcome to attend! Download our flyer to share these events with your community.
Mark Your Calendars:
Prairie du Chien: Saturday, February 11 – 10 am
1906 S. Marquette Road – Hwy 18/35, Prairie du Chien
Arena: Saturday, February 11 – 3 pm
Trader’s Bar & Grill
6147 US Hwy 14, Arena
Merrimac: Sunday, February 12 – 2 pm
100 Cook Street, Merrimac
Montello: Monday, February 13 – 6 pm
Montello City Hall
20 Underwood Ave., Montello
Fond du Lac: Tuesday, February 14 – 5:30 pm
Fond du Lac Public Library, McLane Room
32 Sheboygan Street, Fond du Lac
Oshkosh: Wednesday, February 15 – 6 pm
625 E County Road Y, Oshkosh
Green Bay: Thursday, February 16 – 6 pm
210 Museum Place, Green Bay
For more information, please contact Candice at email@example.com.
Interpretive Solutions (IS) was hired by the FWHP in July, 2011, to develop the cultural and historic priorities of the FWHP for the next five years for the Interpretive Master Plan. IS is working within communities to asses the current status of historic resources available and recommending strategies to unify and interpret these sites, stories and landscapes.
Economic Development Partners (EDP) was hired by the FWHP in January, 2012, to develop the economic and tourism priorities of the FWHP for the next five years for the Economic Impact Plan. EDP will be assessing the economic and tourism opportunities throughout the Parkway.