State Adds Recreational Acreage

(Glocester, RI)  --  The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management is announcing the preservation of about a hundred acres of open space in Glocester for public recreational use.  The property abuts DEM's Durfee Hill Management Area, which, along with the George Washington Management Area, consists of about 52-hundred acres of state-owned protected lands.  State officials say the acquisition will enhance recreational opportunities in the northern part of the state.


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