Over the past 13 years, approximately
$3,500,000 has been spent on habitat work affecting more than 140 square miles within the
Focus Area. The primary objective has been to improve waterfowl and waterbird production
by improving habitat and/or protecting productive grassland-wetland complexes. Projects
developed in northeastern Montana in cooperation with over 230 landowners has laid a broad
foundation for continued work on private lands.
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Our cooperative efforts with area
Natural Resources Conservation Service offices have also resulted in a number of new
projects. These multi-agency projects have resulted in sharing ideas and costs so as to
provide a better product at less expense to the partners involved.