Dozens of movers and shakers in all areas of the county contribute to ecotourism in dozens of ways — from the neighbor who places a bench along the Ladiga Trail to the organizer who creates hiking or running groups.  

For decades, those who work for and with the watershed have sought to help area residents understand the importance of Choccolocco Creek and, now, encourage ecotourism as expressed in activities such as kayaking, archery, hiking, biking and fishing. 

During a McClellan Development Authority meeting Wednesday local officials and stakeholders discussed a $5.2 million water infrastructure project at McClellan that’s been on the back burner for the last decade.

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