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BREAKING: Adirondack Nature Conservancy sells 92,000 acres of land to European firm

The Nature Conservancy announced today the sale of 92,000 acres of forest land to a Dutch-based pension fund called ATP. ATP is affiliated with the RMK Timberland Group.

The property is part of the massive Finch, Pruyn timber deal launched by the Nature Conservancy in 2007.

The deal will include conservation and limited recreation easements, allowing "some recreational access to places that have been off-limits to the public for at least a century."

Tune in for details this evening during All Before Five.

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Brian Mann
Adirondack Bureau Chief

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