- Associated Press - Monday, November 13, 2017

DUXBURY, Vt. (AP) - Vermont state officials are drafting a land management plan for Camel’s Hump State Park and are seeking public input.

The last management plan for the Duxbury-area state park was written in 1991. Vermont Public Radio reports the new plan addresses the state park, a state forest and two wildlife management areas.

The state is holding a series of public meetings through November, and written comments are being accepted through Dec. 29.

State stewardship forester Jason Nerenberg says the state is ready for feedback on the 114-page draft plan and they are looking to balance different group needs and plans for resources.

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