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Leadership Elk County focuses on tourism and environment

October 23, 2011

Photo submitted - Leadership Elk County (LEC) met for their second session on October 12, 2011 to experience, firsthand, the great things that Elk County has to offer in the realms of tourism and environment. The LEC group started their day at the West Creek Wetland Learning Center, which recently had its grand opening in St. Marys. Steve Putt from the Elk County Conservation District spoke to the group about the project’s development and the variety of species found at the wetland.
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Leadership Elk County (LEC) met for their second session on October 12, 2011 to experience, firsthand, the great things that Elk County has to offer in the realms of tourism and environment.
The LEC group started their day at the West Creek Wetland Learning Center, which recently had its grand opening in St. Marys. Steve Putt from the Elk County Conservation District spoke to the group about the project’s development and the variety of species found at the wetland.

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