Marquette, MI — The Noquemanon Trail Network (NTN) is pleased to announce it has received a large land donation from JM Longyear, LLC.
The land donated by Longyear is 15.01 acres within Marquette Township in the Forestville region. This plot of land will serve as the main headquarters for the Noquemanon Trail Network’s winter operations.
“We are excited to support the Marquette community and the silent sport’s users”, says Steve Hicks, Longyear CEO. “This piece of land is perfect for the trail users and it is right in-line with Longyear’s mission to support the community! “, says Hicks.
“This is an essential piece to the puzzle for the NTN”, says John Sonderegger, former NTN president and Longyear board member. “We have been waiting for a long time to have a place to call home, and now it’s finally a reality! “. “Our relationship with Longyear is crucial”, says Susan Brian, NTN Executive Director, “ They are wonderful land stewards and are truly allowing us to use their land to the fullest extent for new ski terrain, we are so appreciative! “, says Brian.