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Minnesota DNR seeking feedback on new cross-state, four-wheel trail

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MOUNTAIN IRON, MN -

A new cross-state, four-wheel trail is in the works, and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is looking for your feedback.

It's called the Border-to-Border Touring Route, and it would connect the eastern and western borders of Minnesota by running through much of the Northland. 

The end product will be a signed, mapped route for highway-licensed, four-wheel drive vehicles, following routes that are already open for driving. 

Wednesday's meeting will be held at the Mountain Iron Community Center from 6-8 p.m. 

Here is a list of other meetings you can attend (all are from 6-8 p.m.):

Thursday, Feb. 22
Beaver Bay Community Center
711 MacDonald Ave.
Beaver Bay, MN 55601
Monday, Feb. 26
Squaw Lake Community Center
52201 MN-46
Squaw Lake, MN 56681

Tuesday, Feb. 27
Black Duck School Library
156 First St. NW
Blackduck, MN 56630

Wednesday, Feb. 28
Clearbrook Gonvick School Library
16770 Clearwater Lake Rd.
Clearbrook, MN 56634

Monday, March 5
Newfolden City Office
145 E. First St.
Newfolden, MN 56738

Tuesday, March 6
Hallock City Hall
163 3rd St SE
Hallock, MN 56728

Wednesday, March 7
Red Lake Falls Lafayette High School Cafeteria
404 Champagne Ave.
Red Lake Falls, MN  56750

The DNR will also accept written comments on the touring route proposal through March 25. Written comments will be accepted by email to mary.straka@state.mn.us or should be sent by mail to Mary Straka, Minnesota DNR, Parks and Trails Division, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155.

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