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Villages are bounded by a major thoroughfare or a streambed or an open space; Bear Branch separates two villages, Spring Creek separates villages.
Plans call for a 10,000-foot-square building with an aquarium mimicking an Alameda Creek streambed, displays on natural and cultural history, inactive exhibits, and a science lab with space for two classes of schoolchildren.
At the bottoms of several pages are short explanations of such things as how salmon spawn, how frogs found the creek and how small rocks protect the soil under the streambed.
The trail meanders, rising out of the streambed to skirt some boulders, then dropping back down onto the small gravel.
The old roads, some of which were first cleared by now-extinct eastern woods buffalo, snake around hillsides, along streambeds and across century-old covered bridges.
The rocks along the paths bear traces of Pleistocene glaciers; salamanders inhabit the streambeds; and hawks soar above the leaf canopy.
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