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John de la Howe Forest

John de la Howe Forest
John de la Howe Forest

The John De La Howe Forest is an old-growth stand of oak-pine forest protected against fire and timbering since 1797. It is one of the best remaining examples of this forest type in the Piedmont.

Location: McCormick County, SC

Year designated: 1976

Acres: 128

Ownership: State

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Last Updated: June 28, 2012