Granger State Forest

This 734-acre state forest was named for the Lewis County Juvenile Grange which in 1957 financed the planting of 75,000 white spruce on abandoned farm land on the forest. Although this is a relatively small state forest, it does contain about 115 acres of ecologically important and sensitive wetland habitat.

http://www.dec.ny.gov/lands/8045.html

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