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2 locations are first in West Virginia program to protect rare species
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14 October 2021
On 14 October 2021 The Associated Press reported:
Two West Virginia locations have been added to a new program to protect rare plant and animal species. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says Bald Knob and the Canaan Valley wetlands are the first sites in the state's Natural Areas Program. The program places extra protection on areas with significant conservation needs under the agency's administration. Both areas are within the Canaan Valley Resort State Park.
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