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WVU's ribbon-cutting ceremony to open Falling Run Greenspace moved to rain date, Sunday, April 30

Falling Run

The Falling Run Greenspace ribbon-cutting ceremony will be held April 29 at 3:30 p.m. at the end of Outlook Street in Morgantown, WV.

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The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Falling Run Greenspace has been postponed until the rain date, Sunday, April 30 at 3:30 p.m. due to lightning that is projected in the area today (Saturday). The event will still be held at the end of Outlook Street.

What: Ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of the Falling Run Trails

Who: Narvel Weese, Vice President for Administration and Finance, and Blake Humphrey, Student Body President, will deliver remarks about the project during the ceremony.

When: Sunday (April 30) at 3:30 p.m.

Where: End of Outlook Street, Morgantown, West Virginia

The Falling Run Greenspace is an accessible, vibrant urban oasis with the potential to become a central park for the heart of Morgantown, forging a connection between West Virginia University’s Organic Farm and the Main Downtown Campus. Working in small groups, more than 1,000 student and faculty volunteers and crew leaders helped to build the 16 hiking trails over the past nine months.

This greenspace opens up a wide variety of opportunities for WVU students and Morgantown residents. The trails will enhance quality of life, access to nature and a natural learning environment for biology, forestry and other natural sciences.

The ceremony is open to the public.

Additional information about the Legacy Project.



CONTACT: Julie Robison, Office of the Vice President for Administration and Finance

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