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ForeverGreen Trails takes lead on survey of trail users in Pierce County

ForeverGreen Trails wants to find out more about not only how many residents are using our trials but more about the trail users themselves and what would make their trail experience better. In 2016, Forevergreen Trails intends to complete a count and survey of users in at least three locations. The survey effort will be in coordination with a similar activity conducted by the Active Transportation Community of Interest (AT COI). Locations will be selected through consultation with Parks Directors in order to provide data that will be important for supporting current trail development.

ForeverGreen sees this contact with trail users also being on opportunity to inform of our goal and work in creating a comprehensive trail network in Pierce County and how they can become involved in making it happen. ForeverGreen Trails Board member Terry Reid is leading the survey activity is looking for volunteers to help out.

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