Part of a large forested wild area that includes the state managed Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area, this natural area clearly exhibits a history of agricultural use. Here, Carter Creek cuts between two steep hillsides that are dissected by small tributaries. The vegetation is upland forest in different stages of maturity: old growth, second growth and young forest.Printable Map
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