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Board votes to pursue permanent public access on 55,000 acres in southeastern Kentucky

The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission approved the establishment of a permanent easement for public access on about 55,000 acres of land in Bell, Knox and Leslie counties.

This easement will ensure public access for current and future generations of hunters and wildlife watchers to enjoy elk, bear, ruffed grouse, bobwhite quail, songbirds and myriad other wildlife. 

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