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Phone: 612-713-5360
Address: BHW Federal Building
One Federal Drive
Fort Snelling, MN 55111-4056

Since 1939, Region 3 states have used Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program grants to acquire, through fee title, leases and easements, lands for conservation and/or public use.

Listed below are links to States in Region 3 that have lands databases available to the public.

The graphic below illustrates the numbers of acres States have encumbered using Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program dollars. Land acquired with Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program money is protected from development and misuse.

Map showing the acres of land obtained by each of eight states: MN 425,205 | IA 77,768 | MO 231,892 | WI 1,039,897 | IL 39,330 | IN 70,366 | MI 210,506 | OH 115,334 | Total 2,210,310

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Region 3: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
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Last updated: December 15, 2009