Duff Lake Fen restoration project opens public access in Indiana
Sedge wrens are one bird species that has benefited from the Duff Lake restoration project. Photo courtesy of Brian Wulker/Creative Commons.
The Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program assists voluntary landowners to transform unused and degraded property into desirable habitat that provides food, shelter and water for wildlife. These restored areas are often designed to provide a place for outdoor recreation activities. In 2015, the program and LaGrange County Parks and Recreation Department got their boots on the ground to start the Duff Lake Fen Restoration Project in northeast Indiana.
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