State buys 101 acres in Glocester for public recreational uses

THE BRITTON FAMILY property, shown in the slash-shaded area, was purchased by the R.I. Department of Environmental Management./ COURTESY DEM
THE BRITTON FAMILY property, shown in the slash-shaded area, was purchased by the R.I. Department of Environmental Management./ COURTESY DEM
GLOCESTER – The state has purchased 101 acres in Glocester for public recreational use, such as hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing and hunting. The purchase of the acreage that abuts the Durfee Hill Management Area was announced Thursday by the R.I. Department of Environmental Management. The price was $373,500, with the funds primarily coming from a…

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