State park will restore oak woodland
Work is expected to begin on the restoration of 75 acres of oak woodland in Frontenac State Park sometime this month.
The idea for the project was introduced a while back, but contractor issues and weather problems caused continual delays. Since shrubs and trees keep choking out the park's oak trees, manager Harry Roberts hopes work will kick off before the end of the month.
"We've been wanting to do this project for four years," Roberts said.