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The community forest initiative aims to safeguard this cherished piece of land in Warwick, renowned for its unique terrain, minerals, diverse flora and fauna, and breathtaking scenery. Spanning 136 acres, this mostly wooded parcel encompasses the iconic "Gibraltar Rock," a prominent formation towering 200 feet above lush vernal pools teeming with rare plant species and amphibians. Notably, the area boasts scarce minerals like Warwickite and Edenite, named after nearby towns. For centuries, the flat expanse atop Gibraltar Rock has served as a natural gathering spot, frequented by the Lenape Nation and later utilized for various community events, from church picnics to spontaneous hikes. Join us for a discussion of this unique area with Barbara Felton.


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