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WVDNR highlights habitat and stream restoration project in Monongahela Forest


More than 2,000 acres of wildlife habitat in the Monongahela National Forest is being restored thanks to a collaborative project between the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources and United States Forest Service.
The work is being done on the Beaverdam Wildlife Management Area in Randolph County as part of the Beulah Wildlife Enhancement Project, a major effort between the WVDNR and US Forest Service to better manage the area’s upland game wildlife, streams and fisheries.

“We’re grateful for the opportunity to work on this project with the Forest Service and with our game managers to improve the different types of habitat here,” said David Thorne, state trout and stream habitat biologist for the WVDNR. 

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