Environment and Wildlife


Yellowstone Wildlife Area Equestrian Trail - Wisconsin

A new equestrian bridge on the Yellowstone Wildlife Area

A bridge was constructed across Steiner Brook to allow equestrians to cross the creek without damaging trout habitat and causing erosion.

The 30 mile trail is used by approximately 1,000 users annually. The use of bridges helps to eliminate aquatic habitat destruction.

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2012: Swords Park Trail (Phase 2) - Montana

2011: Middle Run Valley Bridge - Delaware

2010: Leave No Trace Program - Washington

2009: Highbridge Park Project - New York

2008: Crestone Needle/Humboldt Peak Project - Colorado

2007: Camp DREAM/Vermont Youth Conservation Corps Collaboration

2006: Four Corners Farm Conservation Easement - New Hampshire

2005: Cascade Trail Project - Maryland

2004: Lake 22 Trail Construction Project - Washington

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