Sheehan, Denise M.
August 2006
New York State Conservationist;Aug2006, Vol. 61 Issue 1, preceding p1
This article presents a letter about the annual New York State Fair. This event provides the people an opportunity to showcase and celebrate what the state has to offer. The U.S. Department of Environmental Conservation participates in the event's activities by maintaining a pavilion. One of the items being sold in the pavilions is the Habitat/Access Stamps, which provides everyone an opportunity to help preserve and protect the state's essential wildlife habitat.


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