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Ribbon cutting Oct. 12 to open part of “connector” trail

A ceremony is set for 12 noon on Friday, Oct. 12, just north of Perry High School, to celebrate the completion and opening of the first 1.5-mile stretch of the trail that will eventually be nine miles and will link the Raccoon River Valley Trail and the High Trestle Trail. Work on the next phase of the trail will start in 2019, beginning in Woodward and heading west. Want to help complete it sooner? Donate!

2019-10-17T17:50:22+00:00October 3rd, 2018|

“Iowa Trails Summit” is Oct. 12 at Panora in RRVT territory

Sponsors are the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation, Trees Forever and Golden Hills RC &D. The gathering begins in the late afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 11, with a ride on the Raccoon River Valley Trail and reception. The conference on Friday, Oct. 12, will include knowledgeable speakers on all phases of trail development, and break-out sessions for discussions.

2019-10-17T17:49:34+00:00October 3rd, 2018|

Check 10-year-old Tate Boyd’s $350 donation for our “connector” trail!

This lad from Urbandale & his sisters have quit asking for birthday gifts, and instead seek donations to favorite causes & projects. Tate, who also celebrates his "half birthdays," decided to ask for gifts to the "connector trail" being built to link the Raccoon River Valley & High Trestle Trails. Dallas County Conservation director Mike Wallace decided to try "leveraging" the youngster's generosity. So, who and how many will match Tate Boyd's $350 donation to the "connector"?

2019-10-17T17:47:05+00:00August 9th, 2018|

“Connector trail” is a $100,000 winner at Praire Meadows!

The casino resort and racetrack last week announced its 2018 "Legacy Grants," and one of them is coming to the Dallas County Conservation Board to help build the 9-mile, $5-million trail that will link the Raccoon River Valley Trail and the High Trestle Trail, between Perry and Woodward. Total raised for the new connector is now nearly 60 percent of the $5 million required.

2019-10-17T17:46:10+00:00July 22nd, 2018|