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Randy Thoreson, outdoor recreation planner with the National Parks Service in St. Paul, will assist the Green Corridor initiative, which has already won attention for its work to promote the Tatanka Bluffs corridor and develop a Minnesota River trail from Granite Falls to Fort Ridgely State Park. Thoreson holds the 2009 Mid-American Trails and Greenway award he recently picked up on behalf of the Green Corridor group at the regional conference in Kalamazoo, Mich. Corridor board chair Clint Knorr is also ...

National Park Service to assist Tatanka Bluffs

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REDWOOD FALLS -- Their goal is to make the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor a recreational destination with brand recognition on par with the state's best, like the Brainerd Lakes Area or North Shore.

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Ambitious yes, but that goal started to look possible on Dec. 17. Board members with the non-profit coalition behind it introduced their new partner: The National Park Service.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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