In a January 2012 file photo, San Joaquin River Conservancy executive officer Melinda Marks holds a map of the area during a walking tour along a proposed trail route west of Woodward Park. Though the area is off limits to the public many, examples of use are found throughout the pond system on the Fresno County side of the San Joaquin River, downstream of Highway 41.
In a January 2012 file photo, San Joaquin River Conservancy executive officer Melinda Marks holds a map of the area during a walking tour along a proposed trail route west of Woodward Park. Though the area is off limits to the public many, examples of use are found throughout the pond system on the Fresno County side of the San Joaquin River, downstream of Highway 41. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee
In a January 2012 file photo, San Joaquin River Conservancy executive officer Melinda Marks holds a map of the area during a walking tour along a proposed trail route west of Woodward Park. Though the area is off limits to the public many, examples of use are found throughout the pond system on the Fresno County side of the San Joaquin River, downstream of Highway 41. Eric Paul Zamora The Fresno Bee

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