EMIT announces ‘trailblazing’ gift to SCLT
From Staff Reports
The Sheridan Press
SHERIDAN — EMIT Technologies announced it would donate a mini excavator, trailer and tools to Sheridan Community Land Trust to aid in the creation of new recreation trails in Sheridan County.
Officials from both entities described the donation as “trailblazing” and a “game changer.”
“When it comes to our community, EMIT will continue to work towards making this an even better place,” said Casey D. Osborn, CEO of EMIT. “The work SCLT is doing to provide recreation trails and connect people with the places they love is vital to keeping our community strong. Moving forward, local trained volunteers can help make a significant impact to trail development in Sheridan County.”
EMIT announced the donation during the recent Hidden Hootenanny, a celebration organized by SCLT for the new Hidden Hoot Trail on the west edge of Sheridan the nonprofit built and maintains.
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