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Accomplishments
8-acre wetland photo An 8-acre wetland, established by the North Dakota Partners Program in a cooperative effort with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation, will provide excellent shorebird habitat while at the same time serving as a water source for the Tribe’s buffalo herd.

Fiscal Year 2013 Accomplishments

  • Wetland Acres - 604
  • Upland Acres - 4,593
  • 88 Total Projects

          
restored North Dakota wetland with cattle photo This restored wetland proves beneficial to both cattle and ducks. The good condition of the surrounding grasslands is a result of managed grazing.

Habitat Accomplishments 1987-2013

  • Wetland Acres - 42,272
  • Upland Acres - 241,509
  • Riparian Miles - 48.86 miles
  • 3,848 landowner partnerships

Cost-sharing for projects is being secured from landowners, conservation organizations, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department, North American Wetlands Conservation Act grants, U.S. Department of Agriculture programs, local wildlife clubs, and others. Joint ventures with all private organizations and agencies have resulted in improved economic efficiency and greater wildlife production.


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