The Trail Fund is a joint initiative of the Trails Move People Coalition, led by American Trails.
Funding was used to purchase equipment to provide trail maintenance to help keep trails open for year-round use (including snow trails), in and around the community of Cannonball, North Dakota and along the historic Cannonball River, which is on the Standing Rock Sioux Nation.
The project exists in an around the community on both paved (roadside) and natural (abandoned railway) surfaces. To keep trails open for use (year-round) in and around the community of Cannonball and along the historic Cannonball River. These trails are vital the health and vitality of the community. The trail system will expand to more than 12.2 miles (See attached) in the next five years. Current trails are equal 6 miles and will continue to be enhanced with new features. These trails are used for walking, running, biking and cross-country skiing (winter).
2022: Ridge Trail Service Day 2022
2022: Panthertown Valley Trail Maintenance & Stewardship Training Project
2022: Westabrook Trail Bridge Construction
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