Francis Marion Ranger Station and Office

Huger, South Carolina

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The 9,700-square foot ranger station for the U.S. Forest Service contains open office work spaces, meeting rooms and a visitor reception suitable for public access. This office serves as a home office for employees and a hub in managing the surrounding national forest and grasslands. Among other functions, the office supports such endeavors as wild land fire training, natural hazards, camping & trail safety, water safety, hunting safety and many other safety concerns.

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U.S. Forest Service

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