WAYNE CRENSHAW/THE TELEGRAPHThis is part of the 368-acre tract on Houston County’s landfill property that will be planted in pine trees. The forest around the landfill is part of the Oaky Woods Wildlife Management Area.
WAYNE CRENSHAW/THE TELEGRAPHThis is part of the 368-acre tract on Houston County’s landfill property that will be planted in pine trees. The forest around the landfill is part of the Oaky Woods Wildlife Management Area. Wayne Crenshaw wcrenshaw@macon.com
WAYNE CRENSHAW/THE TELEGRAPHThis is part of the 368-acre tract on Houston County’s landfill property that will be planted in pine trees. The forest around the landfill is part of the Oaky Woods Wildlife Management Area. Wayne Crenshaw wcrenshaw@macon.com

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