The West Virginia Land Trust and Randolph Community Arts Center are partnering to raise funds to save the view at Bickle Knob.
The community open house will be held at the Arts Center on Friday, March 23 for the public to learn more about the project and donate funds to save the iconic view. The 123-acre tract in the Monongahela National Forest is known for its scenic importance and recreation potential.
“Community involvement is everything. We really need the community’s support. We need the community support behind us so we can fundraise because we need to raise $100,000, and this is such an iconic spot for the community and for the state,” said Jessica Spatafore of the West Virginia Land Trust.
Guests are invited for an evening of live music and are invited to share their stories and memories of Bickle Knob.