Robb Hollow Park consists of steep, wooded terrain and is largely a linear park of about 28 acres, bounded by Cedar Boulevard, Painters Run Road and Robb Hollow Road. If the Public Works maintenance yard is included, the land area is just over 42 acres. This park is on the Mt. Lebanon/Upper St. Clair boundary and part of the park lies within Upper St. Clair. There is a linear trail that runs through the park, though due to the park’s shape it is not a loop trail, so one must retrace one’s steps to get back to the starting point. http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?t=h&om=1&ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&msid=115540230622618172715.00000112aa24656a01487&ll=40.363493,-80.067147&spn=0.00475,0.00912&z=17
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Nov. 4-Annual Meeting Mt Lebanon Library 2-4 PM featured speaker-foraging expert Adam Haritan of Learn Your Land
Dec. 3-Winter Walk with Adam Haritan Bird Park 1-3 PM $15 Free to Conservancy members contact email@example.com or 412-341-7307 to register
Trees Planted to Date-91
2014-Fall 17 trees
Red oak, Red maple, Silver maple, Princeton Elm, Honeylocust
Locations-Twin Hills Trails, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Red oak, Red maple, Black gum, Redbud
Locations-Twin Hills Trails Park, Bird Park, Robb Hollow
Yellowwood, Black gum, Bur oak, Stewartia, Crabapple, Cornelian cherry dogwood, Accolade flowering cherry, Horsechestnut, Kentucky coffeetree, Hybrid elm, Stewartia.
Red oak, Silver maple, Red maple, Redbud
Locations-Bird Park, Twin Hills Trails Park