Fish & Wildlife Dept Acquires Two New Land Parcels for Conservation


    WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 6, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — The Lewis Creek Streambank property is a 323-acre area of conserved land owned by the Department to protect streamside habitat and provide access along the stream for hunting and fishing. Recently, the Department acquired an additional 65 acres that has been added to this property in the towns of Hinesburg and Monkton. The 65 acres are along Lewis Creek and were sold at a discounted rate by Ray and Pat Mainer of Hinesburg to the department

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