About 300 people participate in the Ludlam Trail Fall Fest at A.D. Barnes Park, where the Ludlam corridor opened temporarily to the public so they could experience a taste of the proposed Ludlam Trail – a greenway in southwest Miami that encompases 75 linear acres.
About 300 people participate in the Ludlam Trail Fall Fest at A.D. Barnes Park, where the Ludlam corridor opened temporarily to the public so they could experience a taste of the proposed Ludlam Trail – a greenway in southwest Miami that encompases 75 linear acres. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald
About 300 people participate in the Ludlam Trail Fall Fest at A.D. Barnes Park, where the Ludlam corridor opened temporarily to the public so they could experience a taste of the proposed Ludlam Trail – a greenway in southwest Miami that encompases 75 linear acres. Caitlin Granfield For the Miami Herald

First look at Ludlam Trail: a green dream amid traffic-clogged southwest Miami

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