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The creation of the public system of lands with the gift by John and Robert Garrett of 1,917 acres in Garrett County to the State. These lands are now part of Potomac-Garrett State Forest. A State Forest (SF) is managed for multiple purposes, including water quality protection, wildlife enhancement, timber, scenic or natural beauty and low-intensity recreation. The Maryland Forest Service now manages most of the stateís designated forests, including Potomac-Garrett, Savage River, Pocomoke River, and Green Ridge State Forests.

Centennial Committee Final Report
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Maryland Forestry and Parks 1906 - 2006
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