“Land Legacy” Report Drafted

“Land Legacy” Report Drafted

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is producing an extraordinary publication that identifies the most important conservation lands throughout the state. At the request of the Natural Resources Board, DNR staff developed the “Wisconsin Land Legacy Report: An Inventory of Places Critical in Meeting Wisconsin’s Future Conservation and Recreation Needs.” This document is being produced to identify conservation priorities for the next 50 years. In it, the state is divided into sixteen ecological regions, and each section identifies existing and potential protected landscapes. To view elements of the draft Land Legacy Report, visit the DNR website: www.dnr.state.wi.us/ master_planning/land_legacy/index.html.

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