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Famed for the transformation of its once-deteriorating heritage buildings into a prime location for all things geotourism, this dynamic, LEED-certified environmental center and park hosts interactive workshops and community festivals on the themes of ecology, technology and the environment. There's…
A heritage site turned into a hub for innovation offers visitors a unique experience through demonstration and exhibits.
A place where the world can experience sustainable practices that enable flourishing cities of the future - surrounded by several hiking trails and lots of nature!
Great Hiking and site seeing! There are plenty of trails here for the nature enthusiast to explore. There is a farmers market on Weekends and tons of places for the kids to run! There is a small café on the premises that serves a full menu, pies and preserves for you to take home and great lattes!
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