Cranberry Mountain Nature Center gets facelift

Colorful panels with photos and descriptions of flowers found in the Cranberry Wilderness adorn the back wall of Cranberry Mountain Nature Center’s exhibit room. The center has made several upgrades to the exhibits, as well as adding new displays. S. Stewart photo Suzanne StewartStaff Writer During the COVID-19 pandemic, when travel was at a standstill and visitors were scarce, the Cranberry Mountain Nature Center was hard at work making changes to the main exhibit room. It was time to rearrange and upgrade the more than 20 year old exhibits. Now, with touch screen kiosks, informative panels and a historical display, the exhibit room has new life and is ready for visitors to return. Entering the center, to the left there...

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