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Youngsters told what to do if they’re lost in the woods

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State forest rangers go on a search for roughly 200 people who get lost in the woods every year. But this year, about 30 children may be easier to find if they get lost at all. The New York Power Authority hosted a course Monday aimed at preparing youths for their adventures and making sure they have the right knowledge and gear that could save their lives if they find themselves alone in the wilderness. ...

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April 19, 2011
8:38 a.m.

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Good article. Nice to see Forest Rangers working with the kids, giving good info, providing hands experiences,and in a teaching format.