DNR to Make Largest Land Acquisition in State History May 17, 2012 Wisconsin

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DNR to Make Largest Land Acquisition in State History May 17, 2012 Wisconsin, WSAW
... 67,346.8 forest acres ... to be known as the Brule-St. Croix Legacy Forest... located at the headwaters of the St. Croix and Bois-Brule rivers ... extensive habitat for deer, bear, wolves, woodcock, migratory songbirds and grouse ... Working forest (forest legacy) easements ensure permanent public access for recreational enjoyment while the property itself remains in private ownership, keeping property on the tax rolls, allowing sustainable timber harvest practices and minimizing state costs ... 


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