The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park celebrates the accomplishments of early conservationist George Perkins Marsh, Northern Pacific Railroad founder Frederick Billings, and presidential conservation advisor Laurance Rockefeller and his wife Mary French, who donated the property to the Federal government in 1992.
The center image in this circular shaped medallion is a pastel-shaded view from the eastern-facing porch of the Queen Ann style George Perkins Marsh Boyhood Home—the centerpiece of the National Historical Park. The yellow, green, and deep red represent the fall colors on display on Vermont's rolling hills.
Celebrate the beautiful home, amazing New England landscapes, and enduring philanthropy of these individuals—all while letting your fellow hikers know where you've been—with this hiking stick medallion
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