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Johnson Farm Wildlife Management Area

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The Johnson Farm Wildlife Management Area (WMA) is a tranquil retreat located in the towns of Lemington and Canaan, in northeastern Vermont. The state of Vermont owns 282.7 acres and manages public access on an additional 129.9 acres on the adjacent conserved farm. This area, which was part of the former Johnson Farm, encompasses a total of 1,023 acres along over six miles of Connecticut River shoreline. The WMA is notable for its significant habitat diversity, long and scenic Connecticut River frontage, and abundance of significant natural features. It is interspersed with high-quality oxbow wetlands, scrub-shrub swamps, emergent marshes, and floodplain forests. The Johnson Farm WMA is a testament to Vermont’s commitment to preserving and celebrating its natural environment.

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VT Fish and Wildlife

Canaan, VT 05903