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Preservation Steps - Rambo Run Club

History, Wildlife & Fly Fishing at Rambo Run in East Hopewell Township

Preservation Steps - Rambo Run Club

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Oct 16, 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM

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About The Event

Join long-time Rambo Run Club member Carl Knoch for walking history and anecdotes of the Rambo Run Club. RRC was incorporated as a non-profit in 1957, with one purpose stated as “preservation and propagation of fish and game for the purpose of supplying members with facilities for fishing with rod and line in the waters and territory of Rambo Run Club, and hunting and kindred recreations on the land surrounding such waters as they may own and control.”

The geology of Rambo Run Hollow is an anticline where strata fold downward, creating a microclimate, resulting in the unusual flora and fauna. Rambo Run is a freestone swiftly running stream characterized by rapids, small falls, deep pools and large boulders. It is the only Exceptional Value stream in York County.

Another long-time RRC member Jim May will offer a fly fishing demonstration on this unique private property, permanently preserved by the membership with FNLT in 2009. 

In addition, Sue Hunter of Heartwood Nurseries will walk with us and point out a few of the rare plant life in the Rambo Valley!

About FNLT's Preservation Steps: Touring YoCo's Hidden Landscapes:

These are casual hikes on FNLT preserved properties featuring landowner stories, some education from local experts and information on the importance of preservation by FNLT.  Attendees will be provided snacks, water and some selections from our friends at Brewery Products as well.  Special thanks to our Preservation Steps Sponsors: C.S. Davidson, Inc., CGA Law Firm and YC Precision Fabrication!

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  • FNLT Supporter / Member Ticket

    $20.00

    For current supporters of FNLT

    $20.00

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