Unprecedented Federal Agreement Will Spur Conservation On Privately Owned Lands September 18, 2012 Tennessee

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Unprecedented Federal Agreement Will Spur Conservation On Privately Owned Lands September 18, 2012 Tennessee, The Chattanoogan 
... Farmers, ranchers and forest landowners taking part in the Agriculture Department’s Working Lands for Wildlife initiative are eligible to participate in the approach ... Conserving and restoring sage grouse directly benefits mule deer and pronghorn, which share the same habitats. Second, about half of all Americans hunt only on private lands. Ensuring that these lands remain healthy and productive and that landowners have adequate resources and long-term regulatory certainty is in everyone’s best interests...


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