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Take your next adventure on the Shoreline Trail! 

The Niagara River Greenway Staff and Commissioners work to fulfill the Niagara River Greenway Plan through review of proposed projects, stewardship programs, community events, collaboration with municipalities and organizational partners. Our goal is to create a world class trail and greenspace network within the Niagara River corridor that communities can be proud of and cherish for generations to come.

Next Commission Meeting
is scheduled

June 11, 2024

Time for Spring Cleanups!
Welcome to our New Adopt-a-Trail groups: Dupont/Steelworkers, Niagara St Adopt-a-Block Collaborative and Canisius University Rotaract

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Getting Inspired at the 2024 Environmental Ambassador Summit!

Congratulations to Tapestry High School for winning overall best project, which involved collecting, tracking and educating their community about microplastics. Second and third place went to Riverside and Mount St. Mary's, respectively. Kenmore East, Kenmore West, McKinley, Nichols, North Tonawanda, and St. Joe's were the other schools to participate, all will receive funding to complete their projects. Students and adults alike, were enthralled with the keynote speaker, Marcus Rosten from WNY Land Conservancy. We would like to thank Linde for once again hosting and participating at the event, and all the organizations that participated, Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper, Sea Grant, WNY Land Conservancy, US Fish & Wildlife Service, NYS Parks Interpretive, the DEC educators from Reinstein Woods, NOCO, Casella, Sumitomo, Dupont, NY Power Authority, Erie County Environment & Planning, University at Buffalo, Canisius University, Niagara University, Daemen University, & SUNY ESF.

Our Adopt a Trail groups are gearing up for their spring cleanups!  We are so grateful for all of their efforts to help municipalities and parks departments keep the Shoreline Trail clean.  Here is a list of their cleanups:

  • Niagara St. Adopt-A-Block Collaborative: March 30 from 10 – 12, meet at Rich Products, Campus Wheelworks and Black Rock Riverside Alliance.

  • Grand Island Rotary Club: April 20 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.  Meet at Kaegebein Elementary School Parking Lot.

  • Kenmore Town of Tonawanda School District: April 20 from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Meet at Aqua Lane Park.

  • DuPont and Local 6992 Steelworkers: April 22 from 3:00 PM Aqua Lane Park to Vulcan St. 

  • Kenmore Rotary: April 20 from10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Isle View Park 

  • City of Tonawanda along with Tonawanda Rotary: April 20 from 9 a.m.– 11:30 a.m.

  • NOCO: May 1 from 3 p.m. – 5 p.m Tribute Garden in Isle View Park

  • Niagara County Central Rotary and Wilson Central School: April 20 from 8 a.m. – 11 a.m. Tuscarora Park 

  • Lewiston/NOTL Rotary Club: April 20 from 9:30 a.m. meet at 9 Upper Canada Drive, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON L0S1J0 

  • Riverside High School: April 27 from 10 - 12 meet at Black Rock Canal Park, as part of their Saturday Academy program. Students will then release the brown trout they’ve raised this school year. 

  • Lockport Rotary Club: April 20 from 9 am - 12 Noon; assembling at Scalzo Park located at 100 Market Street, Lockport.

  • BNMC Rotary Club: April 20 from 10 AM-12 PM meet at West Side Rowing Club

Projects Funded by Niagara River Greenway Standing Committees

Each Point of Interest (POI) on this map, identifies a site that was awarded funding by one of the Greenway Standing Committees. Zoom in to see specific locations and click on the POI to see the proposal submitted to the Greenway Commission. 

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