Fall asters bloomed around a gate at Griffith Woods. Some of the soil at the preserve may have never been plowed.
Fall asters bloomed around a gate at Griffith Woods. Some of the soil at the preserve may have never been plowed.
Fall asters bloomed around a gate at Griffith Woods. Some of the soil at the preserve may have never been plowed.

Friends of Griffith Woods hope for best with sale of Harrison property to state

November 05, 2011 12:00 AM

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