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National forest and WMA access roads to be open to hunters with disabilities


With fall hunting seasons about to open, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is reminding hunters with disabilities that select access roads in national forests and state-owned wildlife management areas are open to those with Class Q permits.

“The WVDNR is proud to have created opportunities for hunters with disabilities through the Class Q hunting program as part of our partnership with the George Washington and Jefferson National Forest and the Monongahela National Forest,” said WVDNR Director Brett McMillion. “This program is a testament to our commitment to inclusivity and ensuring that everyone, regardless of their abilities, can enjoy the outdoors and the rich hunting outdoor heritage of Almost Heaven, West Virginia.”

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