The Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch is a tallgrass prairie passage and trail that will build on our nationally recognized trail and greenway system and will link two of Lincoln and Lancaster County’s premier environmental resource and education centers. It will follow the Haines Branch of Salt Creek from the Pioneers Park Nature Center, to the Conestoga Lake State Recreation Area, extend down through the Village of Denton and on to the Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center. The Corridor will support economic development, build on Lincoln’s nationally recognized trail system, support environmental education and promote the enhancement and preservation of one of Nebraska’s most valuable resources–tallgrass prairie.
Thank you for your generous donations!
Photo courtesy of Michael Forsberg
Many other agencies, organizations and individuals have generously supported the Prairie Corridor with matching funds and in-kind services.
There are many opportunities to get involved in the Prairie Corridor on Haines Branch! We welcome volunteers to get involved in education, habitat development or land management. Donations or planned giving is another valuable way you can support the corridor. If you are a land owner in the Prairie Corridor, you have a unique opportunity to participate directly in the preservation and enhancement of this wonderful resource.
If you’d like to get involved, check out the Get Involved, or contact Lincoln Parks and Recreation at 402-441-7847 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.