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The Pfeiffer family would like to thank Bill Steinmetz and his helpers I’ve read about who have spent several years building and maintaining biking and walking trails around the Pipestem Dam area. It’s possible the Jamestown Parks and Recreation Department have had a hand in building and promoting the trails also.
The North Dakota Parks and Recreation Department is accepting Recreational Trail Program grant applications. For information on how
to apply, visit http://www.parkrec
.nd.gov/recreation/grants/rtp/rtpoverview.html. Applications must be submitted online by March 1.
U.S. Forest Service Dakota Prairie Grasslands leaders are starting to get a clearer picture of damage to western North Dakota public trails and roads caused by an excessively moist spring. They are not finding clear trails.
By Jennifer McBride, Forum Communications Co.
, July 07, 2011
With spring finally here, people may want to get outside and exercise and Jamestown has many trails ready for them.
According to a recent survey for Jamestown Parks and Recreation, more than 50 percent of people said they want more biking opportunities and more than 20 percent said they want more jogging opportunities.
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