Volunteers maintain 500 acres of open space in Tredyffrin

Mainland Media News
Friday, August 5, 2011

Originally published on August 5, 2011 on mainlinemedianews.com

By Alan Thomas athomas@mainlinemedianews.com

It’s hard to believe that you’re in Tredyffrin Township.

Ray Clarke calls it “the Northwest Frontier,” as Diamond Rock Preserve’s 66 acres lie north of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and just a bit east of the Route 29 slip-ramp construction on the south-facing slope of Diamond Rock Hill. It’s about as far away from Main-Line Suburban Tredyffrin as you can get and still be in the township. …continue reading