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New fund will help our state's publicly owned lands and waters

Natural Resources Board approves endowment to benefit Wisconsin

9:55 AM, Sep. 26, 2013
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The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board formally approved the creation of the Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund at its meeting today.

The Cherish Wisconsin Outdoors Fund is an endowment fortified by investments from citizens and businesses. Investing in the Fund will help ensure that the 1.5 million acres of publicly owned forests, barrens, grasslands, wetlands, brush land, streams and lakes in Wisconsin are cared for today and for future generations to enjoy.

The purpose of the fund is to protect, restore and improve habitat to benefit Wisconsin's plants and animals and the people who ...

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