by Joe Neville, KTA Executive Director
The State Bureau of Forestry within DCNR scheduled a number of stakeholder meetings to review a study underway in the Sproul State Forest to address the feasibility of closing a trail gap and to determine the best way to connect the Bloody Skillet and Whiskey Springs ATV trail systems, near Renovo, Clinton County. KTA Board of Directors members Bob Merrill and Dave Gantz, Executive Director Joe Neville, and numerous KTA members such as Dick Martin, Butch Davey, John Wasserman, Jeff Schmidt, and others attended the meetings to voice their concerns.
Pictured is Joe Neville recording the public comments.
Keystone Trails Association