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Funding help available for managing Driftless Area land for rare species

Landowner Incentive Program now accepting proposals

3:41 PM, Mar. 6, 2014
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Private landowners, conservation organizations, land trusts and community groups are invited to apply for state funding and technical help for activities to restore prairies, savannas and oak woodlands in the Driftless Area for rare or declining plant and wildlife species.

Pre-proposals are being accepted from landowners who are new to the Landowner Incentive Program and have not previously received LIP funding, says Dawn Hinebaugh, a Department of Natural Resources conservation biologist who coordinates the program.

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