300 Years Is Never Too Late!
The Story of “The Pearl” of Puerto Rico
Presenter: Liz Smith-Incer, Director of Mississippi Field Office, National Park Service – Rivers, Trails and Conservation Assistance Program
The Community of La Perla, Puerto Rico has long suffered from being located “just outside the old city walls” and community members have felt isolated and ignored, in addition to being identified as a link in the world drug trade. Community members are now working hand in hand with the City of Old San Juan to revitalize their neighborhood, change their reputation, and highlight the Pearl of Puerto Rico, with breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and intriguing historical highlights by connecting to El Paseo del Morro.
Thank you to everyone who participated in our second annual costume contest!
Specific skills used in management of natural resources that host trails and greenways: monitoring impacts of visitors and natural processes; acquisition and protection of trail corridors; conservation and restoration of habitat and natural areas.
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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Enid Lake manages the 17 mile multi-purpose trail. The trail provides visitors with recreational opportunities including camping, hiking, equestrian riding and a chance to visit historical areas of Enid Lake.