Hinesburg Town Forest Enters National Register of Historic Places

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The Hinesburg Town Forest is the first town forest in the country to be recognized by the National Register of Historic Places.

Devin Colman from the Vermont Division of Historic Preservation joined Local 44 Morning Brew to explain what that means and what the significance is of this designation.

Colman explains that this doesn’t mean the forest becomes some kind of a forest museum, but honors the work Hinesburg did when the forest was established in 1936.

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