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Allegheny National Forest

In the northwestern corner of the state, Allegheny National Forest is Pennsylvania’s only national forest. It has 463,000 forested acres, 42,000 non-forest acres, and 11,000 acres covered by water. It’s divided into 2 ranger districts: Bradford and Marienville. There is a contact form here: http://www.fs.usda.gov/contactus/allegheny/about-forest/contactus. “Very little light pollution.”

In the northwestern corner of the state, Allegheny National Forest is Pennsylvania’s only national forest. It has 463,000 forested acres, 42,000 non-forest acres, and 11,000 acres covered by water. It’s divided into 2 ranger districts: Bradford and Marienville. There is a contact form here: http://www.fs.usda.gov/contactus/allegheny/about-forest/contactus. “Very little light pollution.”

Deborah Byrd

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