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This is a great trail that starts at 100th & Ewing to the north (along 41). The greenway goes through Eggers Grove and right to Wolf Lake. It transitions into the Pennsy Greenway to the south with a couple mile break in the middle because of the railyard.

It's usually in great shape when I ride it. I am also friends with a treekeeper who is leading an effort to plant trees up and down the path for the past 5~10 years or so. People who live next to the path are asked to adopt the trees, which means watering (needed especially when young) and general maintenance and everybody benefits!


I will post in here when I hear of efforts to plant more trees/beautify.
Also, this is a good place to post info about the condition of the trail.

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There is a Burnham Greenway beautification work day coming up Monday, August 11th. (details below)

http://www.thechainlink.org/events/burnham-greenway-beautification

Time: August 11, 2014 from 10am to 2pm
Location: Burnham Greenway
Street: 108th & Avenue D
City/Town: Chicago (East Side)
Website or Map: http://setaskforce.org/
Phone: 773.991.0613
Event Type: bike, trail, beautification
Organized By: John Pastorak
Latest Activity: 2 minutes ago

Description

Trees 'R' Beautiful and the Southeast Environmental Taskforce are hosting a work day to beautify the Burnham Greenway at 108th & Avenue D.

Please contact John Pastorak for more information (773.991.0613)

Lunch provided if you RSVP

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