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Group seeks protection for Hudson River area

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The Hudson River Gorge contains world-class wild rapids — and thousands of acres around it would be made permanent wilderness under a conservation group’s recent proposal. Protect the Adirondacks is urging the state to establish a 39,000-acre Upper Hudson River Wilderness Area along 22 miles of the river running between Newcomb and North River, in Essex and Hamilton counties. The proposed area would encompass about 20,000 acres of forest the state already owns, and 19,000 ...

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