Dream of Hackmatack refuge now a concept
RICHMOND – Rick Landry generally sees a national wildlife refuge park nearby as a “good thing for the community.”
“I look forward to the potential,” said Landry, owner of 2K Adventure, a shop that sells outdoor recreation and camping equipment in Richmond.
He said he hopes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service sits down with area entrepreneurs and small businesses and comes up with “a plan for positive economic impact.”
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