Buffalo Agrees to Partnership for Work in Greenbelt

Buffalo Agrees to Partnership for Work in Greenbelt

The City of Buffalo has agreed to enter into a partnership with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, Ducks Unlimited, and the Nature Conservancy to repair a spillway on Clear Creek and protect habitat in the greenbelt west of the Klondike Bridge toward Mosier Gulch.

Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader explains more about the project to protect the greenbelt.

Funding will come from $2,000 each from Fish and Wildlife, Ducks Unlimited, and the Nature Conservancy, along with $2,000 worth of equipment and supplies from the city for a project total of $8,000 to repair the roughly 2 acres along Clear Creek.

The hope is to have the work completed this year, but the project must still be approved by the US Fish and Wildlife Service, according to Schrader.

SheridanWyoming.com

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