Posts By: Fay Augustyn


Stakeholder Collaboration along the Lake Michigan Water Trail: Interview with Dan Plath

More often than not, the most success and well-loved river trails come are efforts that stem from a diverse and well engaged stakeholder group. River users and lovers of all sorts – everything from recreationalists and business owners, to farmers, ranchers, city leaders and families – come together to cultivate and promote stewardship along their local river or stream. Read more…


Expanding Protections along the Eagle River: Question and Answer With Eagle Valley Land Trust

If it can be said that it takes a village to raise a child – meaning that it takes more than just the parents to develop a young person into a happy and productive adult – the same could be said for protecting our natural environments. It takes more than just one organization or one community to protect our open spaces and river environments – it requires a collaboration that accepts many hands.
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