Fisher-Scott Memorial Pines
An old-growth stand of white pine, Fisher-Scott Memorial Pines illustrates the successional white-pine subclimax forest typical to New England. The even-aged trees reach heights of 120 feet and diameters of 40 inches and are the largest pines in Vermont.
Year designated: 1976
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