A multi-community effort focused on coordinating greenway and trail work in Venango and Crawford counties is marking its third year in operation and needs continued support to bring a number of projects to fruition, according to the program coordinator.
“We have so much available to us and so much potential,” said Debra Frawley, coordinator of the non-profit Council on Greenways and Trails, at an Oil City Council work session on Thursday.
The council was organized to work directly with communities, trail groups, conservation organizations, private business and others to plan and implement projects that focus on the area’s greenways, open spaces, natural areas, rails-to-trails and watershed corridors.
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