A trail all their own

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A trail all their own

Students in Silverton begin to build river path
Silverton School students are working on several aspects of the Animas River Trail project, including building a gravel trail, reseeding wetlands by the river and creating educational signs about the local geology. From left are: Martin Torres, 13, Brendon Czapla, 14, Eli Alsup, 12, Luis Castro, 12, Tanner Paxton, 13, and Will Morris, 11.
Silverton School student Malachy Swonger, 13, says the Animas River Trail puts the focus on nature, which is “what really matters about Silverton.” When complete, the trail will be about 2 miles long.
Kayla Zimmerman, 13, left, Raelen Barr, 12, smooth out crushed gravel on the Animas River Trail as Eric Haskell, trail coordinator with the Mountain Studies Institute, provides encouragement. The first section of trail is adjacent to the town’s vistors center.

A trail all their own

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Silverton School students are working on several aspects of the Animas River Trail project, including building a gravel trail, reseeding wetlands by the river and creating educational signs about the local geology. From left are: Martin Torres, 13, Brendon Czapla, 14, Eli Alsup, 12, Luis Castro, 12, Tanner Paxton, 13, and Will Morris, 11.
Silverton School student Malachy Swonger, 13, says the Animas River Trail puts the focus on nature, which is “what really matters about Silverton.” When complete, the trail will be about 2 miles long.
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Kayla Zimmerman, 13, left, Raelen Barr, 12, smooth out crushed gravel on the Animas River Trail as Eric Haskell, trail coordinator with the Mountain Studies Institute, provides encouragement. The first section of trail is adjacent to the town’s vistors center.
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