Klamath Greenways Foundation will be offering a free, informational meeting at the Klamath County Library downtown onThursday, April 17th, 2014 beginning at 6:30 p.m. We will be looking at the ways open spaces and greenways benefit a community, their purposes for recreation and how the Link River Canyon fits that model. The program is open to all ages.
Klamath Greenways members will be joined by Katherine Jochim, RN, MPH of Sky Lakes Wellness Center, Jared McKee of USFW and Todd Kepple of the Klamath County Museum. Topics will include the benefits of open spaces for recreation, health and wellness activities, and economic development. The program will cover topics specific to the Link River: its environmental importance, historical and cultural sensitivity, and its recreational and industrial elements.