§2353. Use districts

Link to law: http://legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/section/10/077/02353
Published: 2015

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Title

10

:
Conservation and Development






Chapter

077

:
CAMEL'S HUMP STATE PARK AND CAMEL'S HUMP FOREST RESERVE











 

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2353. Use districts

In the

establishment of the forest reserve and administration of the park, three

districts shall be designated as follows:

(1) One area

shall be designated as the ecological area to protect scarce and rare plants,

to preserve the natural habitat and to maintain the wilderness aspect. This

area will extend from approximately 2,500 feet m.s.l. to the summit, and from

900 feet m.s.l. to 2,500 feet m.s.l. in the Gleason Brook drainage.

(2) A timber

management and wildlife area shall be designated to produce forest products, to

protect the ecological area, to encourage wildlife habitat, and to preserve the

natural appearance of the region as seen from surrounding areas. This area will

extend approximately from 1,800 feet m.s.l. to 2,500 feet m.s.l. except within

the Gleason Brook drainage basin as indicated in subdivision (1) of this

section. Uses of this area will include sustained production of timber, water

conservation, wildlife management, hunting, hiking, cross-country skiing, and nature

appreciation.

(3) The balance

of the land within the reserve shall be designated as a multiple-use area. Uses

of this area shall include farming, vacation, and permanent residences in

addition to those enumerated in the timber management area. (Added 1969, No.

71, § 3; amended 1973, No. 28.)
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