Monkton considers a town forest

MONKTON TOWN FOREST committee members John McNerney, left, Callie Brynn and Jaime Schulte stand in the 445-acre parcel of forestland that the town is considering purchasing to establish a town forest. Committee members say the land is rich in biodiversity and could provide outdoor recreation opportunities for Monkton residents.  Photo courtesy of Bob Heiser

Monkton residents are considering whether to purchase a 445-acre parcel of forestland to establish a town forest.

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