By Dave Taylor
Preparation work on Jeffrey’s Cliff is progressing, with a team of helpers working Saturday to clean up the area and mark off boundaries, but recent vandalism exemplifies why the nature area isn’t yet open to the public without a guide.
A total of 53 volunteers from Domtar and the Student Conservation Association spent Saturday marking trails and boundaries and cleaning up debris at the conservation and recreation area east of Hawesville, which has been gaining more attention as word of the nature preserve project spreads. The group couldn’t, however, clean up the foot-tall initials that had recently been chiseled into the rock wall above Morgan’s Cave, the main attraction at the site.
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