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The Podunk Wildlife Management Area was purchased in 1963 from a local hardwood manufacturer who used the land to supply his mill with lumber. And now here we are in the summer of 2013 celebrating the 50 year ownership of this property. No one knows exactly how the Podunk wildlife area received its name. But the 926 acre parcel located in the town of Strafford is easily accessible and offers visitors plenty to see and explore.
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