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August 8, 2014 12:00 AM

Youth-built trail opens new experience of Durham’s Beaver Marsh Preserve

Behind an abandoned movie theater, just off Interstate 85 and above an urban wetland, 10 young people spent last week chopping, pulling, digging, filling, grading and bridging half a mile of trail that affords the visiting public a whole new experience of the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association’s Beaver Marsh Preserve.

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