More Acreage Added to Appalachian Hills Wildlife Area

 The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife announced today the purchase of an additional 6,898 acres at Appalachian Hills Wildlife Area in southeast Ohio. The acquisition brings the total acreage of Ohio’s largest wildlife area to 54,525 acres of public land for hunting, fishing, trapping, birding, and outdoor recreation.  “The latest addition to Appalachian […]

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Area Projects get State Funding

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will offer new safe spaces for recreation and tourism in three communites in our area through money from the new Abandoned Mine Land Economic Revitalization Program. These projects have recieved preliminary approval from the federal Office of Surface Mine Reclamation and Enforcement. The projects include $2 million in Coshocton […]

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