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The FRCOG and the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission sought and received funding through the Federal Scenic Byway program to complete a corridor management plan for the Mohawk Trail Scenic Byway between Greenfield and Williamstown in Massachusetts. The more specific purposes of this project were to:

  • Identify and develop strategies to preserve the unique scenic, natural and cultural resources along the byway
  • Expand economic opportunities related to heritage and recreational tourism along the byway
  • Develop a land protection program for scenic and historic landscapes along the byway
  • Develop a recreational program that identifies and establishes linkages to hiking trails, state forests, river access points and other cultural and recreational features along the byway; and
  • Actively involve the public, through regional advisory committees and a participatory planning process, in the shaping of a corridor management plan for the Byway.

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