Root River State Trail - Lanesboro to Whalan
This project entailed reconstruction and renewal of 5.7 miles of the segment of the Root River State Trail that runs from Lanesboro to Whalan.
Project is to construct and implement measures including stone rip-rap, to an area of significant erosion along the east bank of the Root River that is beginning to threaten the trail bridge over the Root River east of Lanesboro.
Sec. 3. Department of Natural Resources
(a)$14262000 the first year and $14603000 the second year are for state parks recreation areas and trails to:
(1)Connect people to the outdoors;
(2)Acquire land and create opportunities;
(3)Maintain existing holdings; and
(4)Improve cooperation by coordinating with partners to implement the 25-year long-range parks and trails legacy plan