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Easement to protect Glenville's Wolf Hollow

 Wolf Hollow Road, a roughly 1.1-mile roadway winding through a geological fault in Glenville, has been closed  since Tropical Storm Irene.
Wolf Hollow Road, a roughly 1.1-mile roadway winding through a geological fault in Glenville, has been closed since Tropical Storm Irene.
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Bit by bit, an ancient pathway where Native Americans once trod is being sheltered from development. The Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy has helped to arrange conservation easements on more than 250 acres in proximity to the Wolf Hollow ravine in West Glenville, an area of rich cultural and geological significance. A 117-acre conservation easement — the most recent one in the Wolf Hollow area — was finalized Feb. 8. Easements on additional parcels of nearby ...


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skeetergirl
February 26, 2013
4:54 a.m.

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My check is in the mail.You can't get history back.You can learn much from it though.

lynnrx63
February 26, 2013
4:18 p.m.

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My check is too. Developers are really starting to look at the areas along route 5. On Washout Road, a developer is seeking approval for a four home duplex on 4.7 acres along washout rd and route 5. There is so much history along route 5 that needs protection from developers!

LNMP
February 26, 2013
5:48 p.m.

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Great job. Thank you, MHLC!

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