Whaupaunaucau State Forest

The forest was named after the marten which formerly inhabited this hill along with the early settlers. Part of the Chenangadilla Unit Management Plan, Whaupaunaucau State Forest was purchased with Hewitt Amendment funds in the 1930's. The State Forest is a blend of red pine, Scotch pine and Norway spruce plantations with natural hardwoods consisting of red oak, American beech, sugar maple, red maple, black cherry, white ash and eastern hemlock. Various forest products have been removed during the years.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8096.html

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Map: Whaupaunaucau State Forest

Map: Whaupaunaucau State Forest

The forest was named after the marten which formerly inhabited this hill along with the early settlers. Part of the Chenangadilla Unit Management Plan, Whaupaunaucau State Forest was purchased with Hewitt Amendment funds in the 1930's. The State Forest is a blend of red pine, Scotch pine and Norway spruce plantations with natural hardwoods consisting of red oak, American beech, sugar maple, red maple, black cherry, white ash and eastern hemlock. Various forest products have been removed during the years.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8096.html

Map: Whaupaunaucau State Forest

Map: Whaupaunaucau State Forest

The forest was named after the marten which formerly inhabited this hill along with the early settlers. Part of the Chenangadilla Unit Management Plan, Whaupaunaucau State Forest was purchased with Hewitt Amendment funds in the 1930's. The State Forest is a blend of red pine, Scotch pine and Norway spruce plantations with natural hardwoods consisting of red oak, American beech, sugar maple, red maple, black cherry, white ash and eastern hemlock. Various forest products have been removed during the years.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8096.html