SARATOGA SPRINGS — The state Department of Environmental Conservation wants residents to sound off on plans for five nearby State Forest parcels.
Specifically, it will host a meeting June 28 in the Saratoga Springs Public Library to hear input about plans to improve recreational opportunities and natural resource protection in the Boreal South Management Unit of the Adirondacks.
Located in the southeastern foothills of the Adirondacks, the Boreal South Management Unit consists of six State Forest units totaling 4,096 acres in Warren and Saratoga counties.
The June 28 meeting will begin at 6 p.m. in the library’s H. Dutcher Community Room.
Five of the Boreal South State Forest units are located in Saratoga County, and one is in Warren County.
Public comment can be provided at the public meeting or directly to Senior Forester Rich McDermott by mail, email or phone: NYSDEC, 232 Golf Course Road, Warrensburg, NY 12885; [email protected]; or 518-623-1270.