Ribbon-cutting for College Lodge Forest completed

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Dr. Jonathan and Pricilla Titus cutting the ribbon

Dr. Jonathan and Pricilla Titus cutting the ribbon (photo by Kara Frisina).

Earlier this spring, the Western New York Land Conservancy officially purchased the College Lodge Forest. 

Old Growth Forest Network plaque presented
Executive Director and Founder Joan Maloof from the Old-Growth Forest Network (photo by James Hoggard).

A ceremonial ribbon-cutting for the forest was held May 27. Among the guests were Joan Maloof, executive director of the Old-Growth Forest Network, who dedicated the College Lodge Forest as the newest member of that prestigious network. The ribbon-cutting was followed by a walk to the stand of old growth.

The Faculty Student Association will continue to own and operate the College Lodge and the surrounding 33 acres.



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