Park backers want study of feasibility
Article from Bangor Daily News, Tuesday, April 27, 2004
By Misty Edgecomb
A Maine Woods National Park in the northern and western parts of the state doesn't need to be a restrictive place from which hunters and fishermen are banished. It doesn't need to acquire land in any way other than from willing sellers. It doesn't need to ban all vehicles, and it doesn't need to cover 3.2 million acres, the number used by park advocates RESTORE: The North Woods. In fact, it doesn't even need to be called The Maine Woods National Park, supporters of the concept announced Monday. But it does have to be feasible.
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