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Brave new world

March 2, 2014
Williamsport Sun-Gazette

As citizens of the state of Pennsylvania, it is important that we make our decisions based upon real-time information in regards to the fate of our state forests. Currently under developmental planning are areas of the Loyal Sock State Forest, the Tiadaghton area more specifically. This includes lands in Bodine and Cascade, running the length of Potash Mountain, spanning Pleasant Stream, and finishing along the span of Sullivan Mountain. This swath of State Forest was part of the Clarence More tract, now known for being a "split estate". This means mineral rights went to Anadarko Petroleum Corp. , and International Development Corp. (which has yet to stake claim), and the surface rights went to the state of Pennsylvania. All of this is old news of old deals, what matters is what that translates to now.



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