LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - The city of La Crosse is looking for your input when it comes to the future of its marsh and blufflands.
The Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is developing a 10-year plan to address some of its future trail design, trail head development and preservation plans.
Forest Management Coordinator Sunshine Love says they want to focus on about 10 areas of city-owned property between County Highway B and Highway 14/61.
"The goal of it would be city-owned property, preserving it into the future so we can make it accessible, and preserved for our future generations, and most importantly, managed well, kept up, (and) restored," said Love.
The city has drawn up maps for their proposed land management plan and will be presenting them at a public information meeeting Wednesday night.
If you're interested in giving your input, the meeting starts at 7 p.m. and the Black River Beach House in La Crosse.
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