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DPNR Reminds Campers of Required Permits Needed at Salt River Site

Commissioner Alicia Barnes of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) reminds campers at Salt River that permits are required to camp on the Columbus Landing Site. Campers may pick up guidelines and permits at the DPNR’s Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Office located at Fort Frederik Museum or at the Division of Environmental Enforcement Office at Estate Anna’s Hope.
For more information, call the Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Office at 719-7089 or the Division of Environmental Enforcement at 773-5774.

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Commissioner Alicia Barnes of the Department of Planning and Natural Resources (DPNR) reminds campers at Salt River that permits are required to camp on the Columbus Landing Site. Campers may pick up guidelines and permits at the DPNR’s Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Office located at Fort Frederik Museum or at the Division of Environmental Enforcement Office at Estate Anna’s Hope.
For more information, call the Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation Office at 719-7089 or the Division of Environmental Enforcement at 773-5774.