The Work Progress Administration contributed funds for Blister Rust control efforts in the forests of Conway, New Hampshire in 1936. The WPA gave the town $2,382.42, covering 8,162 acres of land and 21,680 current and goosebury bushes destroyed. Twenty men were employed by the project.
ANNUAL REPORT Of the Officers of the TOWN OF CONWAY NEW HAMPSHIRE
Project originally submitted by Andrew Laverdiere on November 7, 2014.
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