Published on July 30, 2019 by Joyce Nowell at The Herald Mail Media:

PENNSYLVANIA — Nestled amongst the Greencastle-Antrim area’s commercial and industrial boom is the community’s newest historical feature — one that will give visitors a unique view of the past and also make connections to the future.

Ebbert Spring Archaeological Preserve and Heritage Park at 12633 Molly Pitcher Highway will officially open to the public with a grand opening from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday. The preservation project was inspired by former owner Al Bonnell and followed through by The Archaeological Conservancy, with the assistance of the Allison-Antrim Museum, the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, and Antrim Township.

“We have over 10,000 years of history in one spot,” said Kelley Berliner, field representative with The Archaeological Conservancy, a national nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of archaeological sites. “You don’t see that a lot.

“I hope people come see what a fantastic resource this is archaeologically, historically and ecologically.”  >>READ FULL ARTICLE 

For more about Ebbert Spring please contact the Conservancy’s Eastern Office at or 301-682-6359.


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