Trail would connect 2 Kansas City, Kansas, history sites
January 9, 2022
KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Plans are underway to connect a Civil War-era commercial port on the Missouri river and a Kansas City, Kansas, park where Lewis and Clark once camped.
KCUR-FM reports that the Northeast Kansas City, Kansas, Heritage Trail came to life when the Groundwork Northeast Revitalization Group partnered with the Unified Government to apply for a grant from the Mid-America Regional Council.
They were awarded $108,000, supplemented by a $30,000 match from the UG.
The south end of the trail will be Kaw Point Park, part of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail at the...