SCHOHARIE CREEK TRAIL FEASIBILITY STUDY
SALT is coordinating an exciting asset based community and economic renewal venture, the Schoharie Creek Trail Feasibility Study. With proper planning and oversight, the development of a multipurpose recreational trail will bring many benefits to our community. SALT is working as a sub-recipient of Schoharie County and has been coordinating the Schoharie Creek Trail Feasibility Study since 2015. We’ve already raised and utilized $31,834.91 for project coordination and leveraged $19,615.25 worth of volunteer labor. The grant requires a 50/50 match, to which SALT will provide the professional and volunteer services to match the funds. SALT is seeking funds to offset expenses and meet match requirements through project and volunteer coordination! Please donate today using the button above, on our GoFundMe page.
This Study will analyze the legal, economic, and environmental feasibility of a 38- mile multi-use trail connecting communities from Esperance to Blenheim. SALT is working closely with the Schoharie County Community Development Agency, Greenman-Pedersen Inc., as well as regional stakeholders to leverage the resources needed to study the development of a proposed trail running along the Schoharie Creek. Check out our timeline for each phase of the Study below!
If you have any comments or questions, please contact Jin Kim, Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-702-5017.
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