Community input sought on Wolf Lake connection trail

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WINDOM — A community input open house is scheduled Tuesday to allow members of the public to provide suggestions regarding connecting the city to nature attractions east of city limits.

The public is invited to visit the Windom Wetland management District between 5 and 7 p.m. Tuesday to provide input about a possible trail connection from Windom to Wolf Lake, Wings on the Prairie Nature Center and existing paved/grass trails on U.S. Fish and Wildlife property three-quarters of a mile east of Windom on County Road 17.

The input will be considered for the city to develop a formal trail plan, which is necessary to be competitive when applying for grant funding.

Input may also be provided by completing an online survey .

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