The Lewis and Clark State Historic Site is holding its annual Frontier Dog Walk on Saturday September 26. Participants can bring their dogs and enjoy the scenery and hear the story about the site's role in the Lewis and Clark expedition. The two mile walk will take place from 10am to 2pm. Event promoter Brad Winn tells The Big Z there is more history in the connection between dogs and the expedition.
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This year's route will be from the Lewis and Clark Confluence Tower, located next to the historic site. There will be special presenters talking about dog training and local efforts to adopt. At the end of the trail, dogs will be available for adoption from several shelters.