Vandals destroyed or displaced more than a dozen signs marking the Iron Hill Museum’s new African American History Trail just two weeks after it opened to the public.

The museum created the trail with the help of a $25,000 grant from the Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control. That money supported the construction of the trail and a monarch butterfly waystation garden, along with the removal of invasive species and habitat rehabilitation.

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