Youth See Elk, Eagles, Springs And A Waterfall

Thursday, February 8, 2018

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PHOTO SUBMITTED Built in 1893, Alley Spring Mill began operating 124 years ago with a steel turbine from power of the daily flow of 81 million gallons of water (Missouri's seventh largest spring). By 1903, the mill was the center of a small village with a blacksmith, store and school with an enrollment of 42 students.
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PHOTO SUBMITTED Built in 1893, Alley Spring Mill began operating 124 years ago with a steel turbine from power of the daily flow of 81 million gallons of water (Missouri's seventh largest spring). By 1903, the mill was the center of a small village with a blacksmith, store and school with an enrollment of 42 students.

Ten area youth hiked, viewed and experienced, some of the most beautiful scenic wilderness places Missouri has to offer, plus toured Missouri's elk restoration project site, when they attended the Young Outdoorsmen United two-day field trip in Carter and Shannon counties. The excursion was part of the organization's monthly events and activities.


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