Ken Cooke, secretary of Friends of Wolf Run, described the features of Wolf Run to visitors of Sunday's stream walk, during which they learned about the group's efforts to bring the watershed back to a more natural condition.
Ken Cooke, secretary of Friends of Wolf Run, described the features of Wolf Run to visitors of Sunday's stream walk, during which they learned about the group's efforts to bring the watershed back to a more natural condition. Mark Ashley
Ken Cooke, secretary of Friends of Wolf Run, described the features of Wolf Run to visitors of Sunday's stream walk, during which they learned about the group's efforts to bring the watershed back to a more natural condition. Mark Ashley

Tour visitors learn about Wolf Run's ecological comeback

August 08, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED August 08, 2011 09:55 AM

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