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Draft master plan for nine DNR properties within Northern Kettle Moraine Region Wildlife, Fishery and Natural Area Planning Group available for review before August Natural Resources Board meeting

By Central Office July 30, 2015

Contact(s): Ed Jepsen, DNR property planner, 608-266-3568; Sawyer Briel, DNR communications, 608-261-0751

MADISON - The draft master plan for nine wildlife, fishery and natural area properties located within the Northern Kettle Moraine Region Wildlife, Fishery and Natural Area Planning Group will be presented to the Natural Resources Board for consideration and approval at its Aug. 12 meeting in Horicon, Wis.

The draft plan contains department recommendations for habitat and recreation goals and objectives for these nine properties, and reflects comments received at two public meetings held in September 2014 and a public comment period open through October 2014.

Properties in the planning group include:

The draft master plan is available for public review during public hours at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources office in Plymouth, Wis. and the Natural Resources Building, located at 101 S. Webster St. in Madison.

A copy of the draft master plan can also be found at the following public libraries:

For more information regarding Northern Kettle Moraine Region properties, visit dnr.wi.gov, search keywords "master planning," and click on "Northern Kettle Moraine wildlife, fishery and natural areas."

For information regarding submitting comments or testifying before the Natural Resources Board, search keyword "NRB." Written comments and all requests to testify must be received by Aug. 7, 2015 at 11 a.m.

Last Revised: Thursday, July 30, 2015

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