The Mobile Skills Crew from the Ice Age Trail Alliance recently finished a project

The Mobile Skills Crew from the Ice Age Trail Alliance recently finished a project on the LaBudde segment just east of Elkhart Lake. Drexel Lumber of Kiel came up with the hard-to-get boards and the Cedar Lake Advancement Association provided their weed cutter building for the prebuild of the boardwalk frames. People can check out the now dry walk from CTH A to Keystone Road and the new off-road trail going up Little Elkhart Road south of CTH A.

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