DNR Getting Fish And Wildlife Conservation Funding
Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources is getting $32.8 million from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for conservation efforts. Over the past several years, this funding has supported important projects for bobcat population research, monitoring and managing Wisconsin’s fishery, and shooting range improvements, which will have a significant impact on resource management and outdoor recreation opportunities. The 2016 Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration apportionments will support these and other conservation projects. Wisconsin is one of eight Midwestern states that will receive a total of $201 million for fish and wildlife conservation efforts.
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