Funds to preserve 1,800 acres of Verm...

Funds to preserve 1,800 acres of Vermont mountains, trails

About 1,800 acres of land that are part of a popular hiking area along Vermont's Hunger Mountain just east of Montpelier are going to be protected with the help of $2.6 million in funding from the nation's Forest Legacy Program, Vermont's Democratic U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy announced Friday. The money will be used to help preserve land in an area known as the Hunger Mountain Headwaters, most of which is located in Middlesex.

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