Erik Reece, co-author with James Krupa of a new book about Robinson Forest, stood by Lewis Fork creek. Reece and Krupa make a case for preserving the forest, periodically threatened by mining and/or logging.
Erik Reece, co-author with James Krupa of a new book about Robinson Forest, stood by Lewis Fork creek. Reece and Krupa make a case for preserving the forest, periodically threatened by mining and/or logging. Herald-Leader
Erik Reece, co-author with James Krupa of a new book about Robinson Forest, stood by Lewis Fork creek. Reece and Krupa make a case for preserving the forest, periodically threatened by mining and/or logging. Herald-Leader

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