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State adds 69,000 acres to Forever Wild Adirondack land

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State adds 69,000 acres to Forever Wild Adirondack land

The largest state land purchase in more than a century took place Sunday under a pen held by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

The governor addressed a gathering of about 30 local and state officials at the Conference Center in Lake Placid and sealed a final transaction with The Nature Conservancy to buy 69,000 acres of former Finch, Pruyn and Company forest land.

The state will buy the land for $47,396,413 over the next five years.

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