This collection contains correspondence, plans, reports, minutes, and clippings relating to the Wildlife Refuge Project.
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Located near Crim Dell, the wildflower refuge at the College of William and Mary shelters four Trillium species, a variety of ferns, and a number of common wildflowers. It is also home to several rare species that have been rescued from construction sites. A resolution passed by the College Board of Visitors in 1976 stated that the refuge is not to be used as a construction site, but rather it is to be maintained in its present natural state.
0.20 Linear Feet
Acc. 1982.014 transferred by Martin Mathes on 1/8/1981.
Future accruals are not expected.
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