By Joyce Williams

NKFM receives grant to develop Inkster water trail design


Theresa Tejada and Darne Wilbern stand next to a Water Trail display that educates the community about how to enjoy the peacefulness of the water

ANN ARBOR - The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) recently received a $45,000 grant from the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Legacy Funds at the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan. The funds will cover design development for the new multi-purpose trailhead in Inkster Park that will link the existing Lower Rouge Greenway (a paved bike/pedestrian trail that runs through the park) to the Lower Rouge River Water Trail. The Inkster Park multi-purpose trailhead will feature a universally accessible kayak launch. This is part of NKFM's mission to increase physical activity options across so...

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