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Bayfield County Town Offered 400 Forest Acres
Purchased by the Conservancy from the Plum Creek Timber Company at a cost of $673,000; 396 acres of forest along the Marengo River is being offered as a gift to the Town of Lincoln. The purchase protects river water quality and stream habitat for rare wood turtles and trout, and preserves river floodplains where rare orchids grow.

Purchased using grant money from both the US forest Service Community Forestry Program and the Wisconsin Knowles-Nelson Stewardship Fund, the arrangement will prevent private development of the property as well as ensuring public access for hunting, trapping, fishing, hiking, birding, skiing, snowshoeing, and other nonmotorized activities.

 
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