DNR to Begin Repairs on Willard Munger State Trail
Monday, the Department of Natural Resources plans to start its first phase of repairs on the Willard Munger State Trail.
The trail was heavily damaged in the Duluth-area flooding this past June. The first phase will focus on stabilizing the slopes and preventing further erosion.
The trail remains closed for 14 miles between West Duluth and Highway 210 in the city of Thomson.
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