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The preserve is named for Caroline Dormon, the first woman employed by the U.S. forestry industry. Author of several books on the native plants of Louisiana, she was instrumental in persuading state leaders and the U.S. Forest Service to establish the Kisatchie National Forest. Explore extraordinary tree-lined paths, cypress bogs, frog ponds and more than 7,000 species of plants. The preserve is open to the public for guided tours every weekend in April, May, August, and November. There is a small entrance fee.
216 Caroline Dormon Road
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