DRYerson Festival kicks off at 1 today

  • June 14, 2013

The seventh annual DRYerson Festival will run from 1 to 4 p.m. today at Ryerson Station State Park in Wind Ridge, Greene County.

The festival will begin at Pavilion 1 and feature Robin Mann of the Sierra Club and Phil Coleman of the Center for Coalfield Justice speaking about the successful fight to restore Duke Lake in the park.

A banner drop near the lake’s breached dam and a guided hike will follow. Free food, live music and informational materials will be available.

CCJ and the Sierra Club are co-sponsors of the event, which is supported by the Greene County Watershed Alliance and Wheeling Creek Watershed Conservancy.


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