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The first segment of the nine-mile High Trestle Trail extension route that will connect Perry and Woodward and link to the Raccoon River Valley Trail is now open. The initial 1.5-mile paved path runs east from Perry, starting north of...
A 1.5-mile section of newly constructed trail will be celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony at noon Friday, Oct. 12 in Perry. The event will take place off of 18th Street and just north of the Perry High School. “The...
Earlier this summer, Tate Boyd of Urbandale celebrated his half-birthday in a unique way. In lieu of gifts, the now 10.5-year-old requested donations for the new bike trail being built between Perry and Woodward. The thoughtfulness of the gesture...
This fall the Dallas County Conservation Board invites the public to come to see the miracles present in our prairies. Join us at the Hanging Rock Conservation Area Tuesday, Sept. 18 from 7–8:30 p.m. to learn of the miracles...
Dallas County Conservation’s annual Prairie Awakening–Prairie Awoke celebration will be held Sunday, Sept. 9 from 4–8 p.m. at the Kuehn Conservation Area between Redfield and Earlham. The theme of this year’s celebration is Elders and Trees. Four burr oak trees...
As now-10.5-year-old Tate Boyd recently celebrated his half-birthday, one thing was conspicuously missing. There were plenty of friends to share in the fun and lots of cake to go around, but there weren’t many gifts to unwrap. Instead of presents,...
The Dallas County Conservation Board was the recipient Wednesday of a $100,000 Prairie Meadows Legacy Grant. Sixteen Legacy Grants were awarded this year. The donation to the Dallas County Conservation Board will help to fund the construction of the nine-mile...