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‘Wild Forest’ urged for Adirondack tract

DEC draft plan keeps roads open

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Much of the former Finch Pruyn lands the state is buying in the remote central Adirondacks would be open to public motorized access, under a draft state land management plan. The proposed Public Access and State Land Classification Plan classifies significant portions of the land as “wild forest,” a category within the Forest Preserve that would allow existing roads to remain open. The draft plan is being circulated by the state Department of Environmental Conservation, ...

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