The Chenango Greenway Conservancy has announced that they are in the process of purchasing the historic Stoner Quarry no West Hill.  This property has long been favorite by locals because of its panoramic view of the city of Norwich as well as its many walkable hiking trails. .

The Greenway seeks to acquire this property to ensure that it remains open and accessible to future generations to enjoy.  According to the Greenway's Facebook page: "The Stone Quarry is easily accessible from downtown Norwich and connects to several large forested properties on West Hill with nearly 20 miles of multiple use trails. Visitors enjoy many long-standing hiking trails, unique stone features, and many miles of new bike trails created by mountain biking enthusiasts. These trails now attract mountain bikers from nearby communities and with proper oversight will become a regional destination that will boost the local economy."

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