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Hatchery Road Safety Project Community Walk & Observation

When: Fri., Jan. 26, 8:30-11 a.m. 2018
Phone: 269-2061
Email: emily@nrsrcaa.org
Price: Free
Interested in improving walking and biking safety along the Mad River corridor from Blue Lake to the Fish Hatchery? Want to help Blue Lake connect to our region’s expanding trail system? Good news – Humboldt County Public Works, City of Blue Lake, and RCAA are supporting efforts to make improvements along Hatchery Road. Join community members and friends to share your ideas and concerns at a Community Walk & Observation. Participants will experience firsthand the conditions for walking along Hatchery Road from downtown Blue Lake towards the Fish Hatchery and also get to help shape ideas for improvements.

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