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Guests: Ron Baraff, archivist for the Rivers of Steel National Heritage Area; Joanne van Linden, Penn State Master Gardener; and Josh Reiman, sculpture professor at Carnegie Mellon University. Topic: Carrie Furnace national historic site in Rankin, and an upcoming event on Oct. 25, 2014, which will show people how iron is melted and cast. Why were the blast furnaces historically significant? What is happening on the site these days? And how is the site going "back to nature" and being reclaimed by plants and animals?


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