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DNR Welcomes Public Input on Plans for Indian Springs WMA

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input on the draft 15-year vision plan for the Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area (WMA), a 6,635-acre property in north central Washington County.

DNR developed the plan to establish long-term goals to best manage the site’s natural resources and outdoor recreation. The plan also addresses the protection of sensitive wildlife habitats, as well as the enhancement of valuable habitat for game species.

View the Indian Springs WMA Vision Plan here. Written comments may be sent to Donald Rohrback, DNR Wildlife and Heritage Service, 14038 Blairs Valley Road, Clear Spring, MD 21722. Citizens may also comment by phone at 301-842-2702, by fax to 301-842-1026 or online. Public comments will be accepted through February 28, 2015.