Natural Selection: Critics question choice of site for new Frick Environmental Center 

"I see a beautiful wilderness that's going to be bulldozed to build a nature center."

When Henry Clay Frick died in 1919, he gave the city 151 acres of land, and a $2 million trust to create and maintain a park. The city park that bears his name has since grown to encompass 644 acres, making…

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