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Restoration costs may be shared by any combination of governmental agencies, private organizations, and the private landowner. Cost-effective restoration projects that provide the greatest fish and wildlife benefit for the least money are most likely to receive attention from the Partners program. The landowner must commit to maintaining restored habitat for a minimum of ten years.
Private landowners in central Minnesota who are interested in habitat restoration should contact our office. Of course, not all projects qualify for assistance, but calling us for a site visit to your land is the first step. If you are interested in habitat restorations within our district please contact the Private Lands Biologist at 218-847-4431.
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