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Northwoods Land Trust Protecting More Land
The Northwoods Land Trust reports another successful year preserving lands for future generations.
The Northwoods Land Trust is a non-profit conservation organization in Eagle River. They work with property owners, accepting conservation easements on property with natural or scenic resource values. After conservation easement is granted, the land trust provides long-term stewardship following the landowner's wishes.
Ken Krall spoke with Trust Executive Director Bryan Pierce. He says it was a good year.
They also preserved a piece of land south of the Hat Rapids Dam on the Wisconsin River in Oneida county.
They operate in Vilas, Oneida, Forest, Price, Florence and Iron counties. He says they have protected more than 48 miles of lake and river shorelines. More information is on their
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