Author: Daily Freeman

HIGHLAND, N.Y. — The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has released the “Draft Neversink River Unit Management Plan” and is seeking public comment. The plan guides the future uses and management of approximately 8,644 acres of DEC-managed public lands within the Neversink River Unit in the towns of Highland, Wawarsing, Mamakating and Forestburgh. “These properties are popular recreational destinations for hiking, fishing, paddling, camping, hunting, and more,” DEC Regional Director Kelly Turturro said in a press release. “DEC is dedicated to improving access, preserving natural features, and protecting fish and wildlife habitats on these lands.” The draft plan, among…

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