Land conservation partnership

McKee, Seth
October 1996
New York State Conservationist;Oct96, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p10
Focuses on the land conservation partnership that led to the formal dedication of the Shaupeneak Ridge in Ulster County, New York, to public use and enjoyment. Description of the ridge; Acquisition of property by the Scenic Hudson Land Trust; Designation as wildlife conservation area; Cooperative management of land by the state Department of Environmental Conservation, West Esopus Landowners Association and Scenic Hudson. INSET: Scenic Hudson..


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