Photographer Emily Chaplin describes the DuPont State Forest. In the 1950s, the DuPont Corporation, a massive chemical company, bought 7,000 acres to build a plant in the southwestern part of the state. Years later the plant closed and the company sold the land to the state for a park. It has over eighty miles of trails, plus rivers with waterfalls and a lake at the forest center. Additional purchases have increased the park's size to 10,400 acres.