Johnson Farm Wildlife Management Area
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The upper Connecticut River has always been considered a treasured gem in the Northeast Kingdom. And thanks to a partnership reached in 2012 between the Vermont Land Trust, the Nature Conservancy and Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, 849 acres along a 6 mile stretch of the river in the towns of Canaan and Lemmington, are now protected from future development. The Johnson Farm Wildlife Management Area is only the third WMA on the banks of the Connecticut River along its 200 mile Vermont border.
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