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December NATR Lunch and Learns

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North Alabama Trails & Recreation will hold two lunch-and-learn events in December. The first, on Tuesday, Dec. 6, in Cullman at 1714 Tally Ho Street, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., will see guest speakers Mayor Linda Peebles of Courtland and Mayor Derick Silcox of Leighton discuss the topic, "Rural Town Collaboration for Outdoor Recreation." Lunch will be provided.

Haleyville’s Rocky Ravine trails to be improved


Parks and Recreation Director Joel Sherrill and Mayor Ken Sunseri stand on a set of stairs on the Rocky Ravine Park trail that has remained open, Sept. 16. Replacing these stairs, as well as those on the closed trail, will be among the improvements made if Haleyville receives an ADECA Recreational Trails Program grant.
HALEYVILLE - Rocky Ravine is a beautiful green space near the heart of Haleyville, but the state of its trails has kept some residents from enjoying its splendor. Now, the trails at Rocky Ravine Park, one of which has been closed for years, and a trail leading into the ravine from City Lake may soon see improvements if the city of Haleyville receives an Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs' Recreational Trails Program grant for which it has applied.

North Alabama Trails & Recreation program to partner with local organizations

WINSTON COUNTY - A new program focused on improving outdoor recreation to make North Alabama “a recreation destination” has been formed by the Alabama Mountains, Rivers and Valleys Resource Conservation and Development Council. The new program, NATR, which stands for North Alabama Trails & Recreation, will partner with organizations and individuals in eighteen counties, including Winston.