First phase of Wisconsin's largest land conservation deal finalized September 1, 2012

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First phase of Wisconsin's largest land conservation deal finalized September 1, 2012 Duluth News Tribune
The land involved includes habitat for white-tailed deer, black bear, wolves ... The 45,000-acre area, now called the Brule-St. Croix Legacy Forest, includes the headwaters of the St. Croix and Bois Brule rivers and contains 75 small lakes and ponds and 14 miles of streams ... The entire deal will cost $17.3 million and will protect a total of 67,346 acres ... The land will remain privately owned by New Hampshire-based Lyme Timber and on the tax rolls...


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