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Recreation News: Mon Forest Town Economies Evolve to Meet Travelers' Needs

May 03, 2021

Established 1920, the Monongahela National Forest encompasses a million acres along the eastern border of West Virginia. Many small towns in and around the forest have left their coal and timber roots behind to embrace the abundance of natural resources and growing recreational assets.

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