Project Update - October 2022
Construction is complete and the trail is open to the public. A small closure will occur in the spring of 2023 for asphalt remediation work. The closure is expected to last up to two days.
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Removals are necessary for the long-term stabilization and as a drainage solution for this trail. The removal areas consist of predominantly smaller native material and do not include a significant quantity of mature trees. A robust naturalization plan has been developed and will be implemented once the stabilization work is complete.
The naturalization plan will enhance and improve the existing ravine ecosystem. Native species including aspen, poplar, white spruce, saskatoon, dogwood, willow, wild rose and snowberry will be planted in quantities suitable for restoring the newly constructed slopes.