Seacoast Online | May 2, 2017 | Deborah McDermott |

YORK — Some 90 acres of wooded land near the upper reaches of the York River — an important piece in a 6,300-acre mosaic of conserved property in western York stretching as far as Mount Agamenticus — was officially turned over to the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge in a ceremony Monday morning.

The property on Kingsbury Lane had been owned by the family of the late Mary McIntire Davis, an eighth-generation York resident and conservationist. A 300-acre abutting tract was acquired by the York Land Trust in 2004…

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