Picnic lunch to be spread at 1 tomorrow

August 2, 2013

An organization that works to save mountain heritage calls attention to the picnic tomorrow to celebrate the effort that saved Stumphouse Mountain in Oconee County from development. According to Naturaland Trust, a developer wanted to carve up Stumphouse. But today 500 acres there are protected by a conservation easement, 500 acres by a DNR heritage trust preserve, and city of Walhalla operates a park there. And it’s at that park, at 1 tomorrow, where everyone is invited for the Third Bi-ennial celebration picnic.

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