Volunteers maintain 500 acres of open space in Tredyffrin


Originally published on August 5, 2011 on mainlinemedianews.com

By Alan Thomas [email protected]

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

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