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We need your support. Macedon Village Pride is working to provide a butterfly trail in the Village of Macedon at Canal Park. This trail will be easily accessible for people with different types of disabilities. The mission is to involve the community in participating with, learning about and appreciating the benefits of the nature that surrounds them. This is to be a “Forever Wild for Everyone” trail.

The trail will be a destination point for heritage tourism. At the same time it will provide an important resource for those in our community who have special needs. It will also be used for education by the elementary school in our community. Who Wins: People with Disabilities, Children, Canal travelers, The Macedon Community, All volunteers, Macedon businesses, Teachers, Students, Photography Clubs, Wildlife, Birders, and Veterans.

Stakeholders: Macedon Garden Club, Rotary Club, Macedon Trails, Macedon Business, Village Pride, Boy/Girl Scouts, Village Workers, Village Government, Landscapers, Cornell Extension, Pal-Mac School District, Birders and Trailworks

Outcomes: More people will know the names of plants and butterflies; will get a chance to relax; will have a chance for nature therapy; will know about the history of Macedon and their own heritage.

For more information contact: John Cieslinski at 585-474-4116 or books_etc@yahoo.com or Marie Cramer at Mcramer1994@verizon.net


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