Little Otter Creek park closed through March

FERRISBURGH — The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will be conducting habitat improvement projects with logging equipment on the East Slang portion of Little Otter Creek Wildlife Management Area in Ferrisburgh from January through March. 
The entrance road and parking area off Greenbush Road will be closed. Fish and Wildlife staff realize this is an inconvenience that will interfere with hunting access and other activities but point out that the projects must be conducted at this time in order to take advantage of winter conditions. 
People are asked not to enter gated roads that have been left open for logging and heavy equipment access. Gates will be locked at the end of each workday as contractors leave the site.
From Jan. 25 to March 31, heavy equipment and logging machinery will be in use along all major maintenance roads. Signage with closure dates and cautions will be posted on the road, at the gates and in the parking area. 
Information about these habitat projects will also be posted on Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s website

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