The City of Duluth will coordinate a stakeholder-driven Heritage Trail Interpretive Plan that defines important themes of interpretation along the Western Waterfront Trail (WWFT). The WWFT consists of an existing 3.3-mile segment that traverses the western shoreline of the St. Louis River. The trail will eventually be extended to a roughly 10-mile continuous recreational trail. The purpose of this planning effort is to produce a Heritage Trail Interpretive Plan that will focus on the themes, mediums and stories of the people and its region. The plan will focus on historical, cultural, spiritual, and ecological lessons the river has to teach.