Trail design workshop generates new ideas


October 31, 2019

Lane Gwinn

WSU Landscape Architecture students enjoying Ten Ton Coffee.

For Dayton Resident Joanne Poolman, participating in the Touchet Valley Trail design charrette this past weekend is part of "being a good human." As a resident of this area for 50-some years, she became involved with the trail design process because "I was trying to bring the local element into it. I've been here longer than most, and I don't want our history to be forgotten."

Poolman joined other community members, architects from the Washington Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, students in the Landscape Architecture program from Washington State University and the...

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