Category Archives: Golden Necklace

Biking Sacramento

This article from the Sacramento Bee notes how good an area Sacramento is for biking, with further improvements—as long as valuable car lanes are not lost—still in development. One of the improvements we advocate is a bike trail from the … Continue reading

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Biking Heaven & Heritage

Sacramento is already a biking heaven in many ways, but some major improvements could really take us into the stratosphere and this Sacramento Bee article notes many of them. Our contribution, building on our heritage, is the Golden Necklace Trail concept, tied to the creation … Continue reading

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The Golden Necklace Trail

Information about it and a map have been posted to our website. An excerpt, with links at the jump. “The Golden Necklace Trail, (as written about in our 2007 research report, on report page) is envisioned as beginning in Coloma, … Continue reading

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Sacramento River Trail

As part of a regional trail system expanding upon that already existing along the American River, we envision in our 2007 report, The American River Parkway, Governance, Ecoregionalism, & Heritage, A Vision & Policy Primer (pp.17-29), the trail extending north … Continue reading

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Golden Necklace Connection

One of the projects our organization supports is the eventual construction of a trail system connecting the site of the birth of the gold rush at Coloma to Sacramento, the gateway to the gold fields. We call this trail project … Continue reading

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