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Delhi Township Adds New Nature Trail

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In this picture, Delhi Township manager John Hayhoe cuts the ribbon on a new nature trail.

 

Delhi Township leaders cut the ribbon on a new 1.5 mile nature trail, the second phase of its Ram Trail. 

Delhi Ram Trail 2  stretches from Holt and Eifert roads, northeast through the center of Delhi Township to Jaycee Park.

It includes woods, creek crossings and other natural features according to the township. 
 
Click here for a link to the Delhi Trails system.
 
Holt public schools superintendent Dr. David Hornak expects children to use the trail to commute to school.

Delhi Ram Trail 2 stretches from Holt and Eifert roads, northeast through the center of Delhi Township to Jaycee Park.

“With childhood obesity on the rise nationwide, the new trail provides an outlet for our students to get in shape and find new ways to enjoy the outdoors," said Dr. Hornak in a press release.

The trail cost $1.2 million to build.  It was funded through township funds and grants from the Michigan Department of Transportation.

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