The Center's positive image is largely due to Tim's hard work and varied skills. Tim moved to Holly Springs from Connecticut to start work at Strawberry Plains when it first became the property of the National Audubon Society in 1998. Maintenance of a facility that includes 15 miles of hiking trails, numerous buildings and infrastructure as well as making preparations for numerous special events and programs at the Center, keeps Tim much busier than the average guy. The Center's positive image is largely due to Tim's hard work and varied skills.
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