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…

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