Join Green Mobility Network for a morning bike ride and trail improvement project along the Ludlam Trail. We will be working with Hands On Miami to paint over blank warehouse walls and do a trash pickup along the corridor. Corridor opens at 8 am and will close at 4.
Join Green Mobility Network on this monthly installment of Ludlam Days. Bring your hiking gear and check out the northern section of the trail.
Sponsored by The Miami Foundation’s Public Space Challenge, fellow hikers will assist in installingWalk Your City bilingual signs at major crossroads during the hike. Signs will point towards near by schools, parks and other major destinations that are in walking/biking distance. In addition, we will have special guest Kate Kraft from America Walks in attendance. Before we begin the hike, Kate will provide a brief explanation on the benefits of increased walkability, and how the walking movement is spreading all over the country. To keep hikers energized, FOLT will be providing snacks and water at multiple stations during the hike.
The hike will begin on the north side of AD Barnes Park (adjacent to Waterway Drive), and travel north to 8th street and back. This will be a 4 mile total trek with grass and rocky terrain, so please make sure to bring hiking boots! In addition to the hike we have several extra activities to help enhance the day.
For the past 4 months, Coral Gables Museum opened its doors for the Ludlam Trail: Grassroots to Treetops exhibit. It was an amazing success with over 17,000 patrons visiting and learning more about this important grassroots campaign. For those that didn’t get a chance to view the exhibit in person, please enjoy this video tour produced by GMN’s program manager Eric Katz.