Indiana Trails Fund, Inc.
Rating: 3 stars 1 1 review 567
PO Box 402 Indianapolis IN 46206 USA
The Indiana Trails Fund seeks to improve the quality of life in Indiana by protecting, preserving, building, managing and enhancing trails and greenways; by raising and retaining resources for trail building until they are ready for disbursal, and by advocating for trails as peaceful and beautiful public places for walking, bicycling, rollerblading, horseback riding, exercising and enjoying nature. The ITF promotes trails as a means of transportation, health, recreation, economic development and historic preservation.
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The website of the Indiana Trails Fund, Inc. is , as in community (not the one listed above, which was stolen from ITF by a previous webmaster). The ITF mission is to create trails in Indiana. To that end, we have helped secure (directly or indirectly) some 130 miles of corridors, about which some 80 miles is open to the public. ITF has incubated six local trail groups, and helped spur on several others. Currently, one major project is to develop the Hoback Milwaukee Road Trailway on The Indiana Rail Road Corridor from Bedford to Indian Springs (near Crane Naval Warfare Center) in Lawrence and Martin Counties. Another project is maintaining an endowment fund (est 2011), which will help grow trails and maintenance in the future.
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