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A portion of
Clay Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Nicholas County will be closed to the public for on Monday, Nov. 13, 2023 to facilitate an extensive habitat improvement project.
A 600-acre tract near Cassidy Creek Road will receive treatment for invasive plant species, primarily bush honeysuckle, that displace native flora and degrade wildlife habitat.
Project leaders are monitoring short- and long-range weather forecasts and will select a work date with favorable conditions to achieve optimal results on the property.
Kentucky Fish and Wildlife updates about work dates will be posted here and via our Twitter (@kyfishwildlife). Signs also will be posted and gates closed at all access points to the project location. Access to all other tracts of the 8,979-acre WMA will not be affected and will remain open for public use.
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