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  • Tributaries along Hart-Montague Trail get New Culverts and Bridge

    Tributaries along Hart-Montague Trail get New Culverts and Bridge

    June 23, 2016

    Contractors have just installed a new bridge and two culverts over Carleton Creek, a trout stream crossing the William Field Memorial Hart-Montague Trail. Below is a photo of one culvert before it was installed. The former culverts were interrupting fish passage. The new culverts are wide enough to accommodate for the stream’s flow and restore the ability […]

  • Cannon Trail – Now Open!

    Cannon Trail – Now Open!

    September 10, 2015

    As an update to our post from June, Ralph the moose oversees new bridge installation, we’re happy to share the ribbon-cutting video for the opening of the Cannon Trail. The project was a 0.4 mile long, 10’ wide trail curving through Townsend Park. The trail made the completion and tied the Cannon Trail into “downtown” […]

  • Money for Dam Removals, Bridge Replacements

    Money for Dam Removals, Bridge Replacements

    August 27, 2013

    The US Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Fish Passage Program (NFPP) has money available to help remove dams or replace inadequate culverts and bridges. The submission deadline is October 4, 2013. If you have a project that you believe would qualify, we would be happy to help you. Contact P&N project funding specialist Jim Hegarty, […]

  • Muir kids raise money for bridge replacement

    Muir kids raise money for bridge replacement

    September 11, 2012

    You don’t need to tell the Village of Muir residents to “quit slackin’ and make it happen.” They need a new bridge over the Twin Rivers for safety, convenience, and economic reasons, and nothing is stopping them from making it happen. The current bridge is over 100 years old, yet is a vital link to […]