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The mission of the Indiana Trails Fund is to create trails and greenways throughout the state. This is accomplished through the acquisition, management, and improvement of corridors, the support of local trails organizations, and the education of the public on trails issues.
Benefits of trails are the improvement of health, promotion of economic viability, fostering wildlife and biological conservation, creating a non-polluting alternative transportation system, and preserving historic sites, for everyone.
ITF has directly or indirectly joined with trail individuals and groups in acquiring and preserving to date approximately 110 miles of corridor lands (mostly in Indiana), of which we have turned some 58 miles over to local trail overseers’ control for trail development.
ITF stands ready to work with trail-interested parties for acquiring land, holding funds, and furthering walking paths, bicycling trails, greenways efforts, and educational opportunities thereto, primarily in Indiana .

The Indiana Trails Fund (ITF) is an Indiana corporation, incorporated in 1994, for the purpose of providing a means of acquiring land and holding funds for trail development.

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 Indiana Trails Fund has been involved in the following trails here in Indiana:

Posey County Trail: (Still needs to be built)
Nickel Plate Trail: Miami, Howard & Fulton Counties
Farm Heritage Trail: Boone County
Whitewater Valley Trail: Franklin County (The Yellowbank section of the Whitewater Valley Canal Towpath)
Panhandle Pathway Trail: Pulaski County
NYC Pufferbelly: Allen County
Erie Trail: Starke County
Vandalia Trail: Hendricks County
Monon Ellettsville Trail: Monroe County (Only land)
Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway: Lawrence & Martin Co
B & O Trails: Hendricks County
B & O Trail: Marion County
Pennsy Trail: Hancock County
• Granger Trail: St. Joseph’s County (Planned)

Indiana Trails Fund, Inc. also provides grants to trails in Indiana for maintenance, land acquisition and building trails:

• Grant Money given to Granger Pathway Trails to continue their trails in St. Joseph County
• Grant Money to Friends of the Pennsy Trails to connect the Pennsy trails in 
Greenfield to Marion County
• Grant Money to Wabash & Erie Canal Association to build bridge in historical 
Delphi in Carroll County

• Grant Money to Garfield Trolley Restoration Shelter in Marion County
• Helped 
Nickel Plate Trail to acquire land in Miami County
• Helped 
Milwaukee Road Transportation Trailway build 10.65 miles and reconstruct 22 bridges in three years in Lawrence County
• Our Website indianatrails.com is continually updated with maps of trails throughout the state of Indiana

PRESENTED BY THE INDIANA TRAILS FUND, INC.FOR ALL PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TRAIL USERS.

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