St. Paul On July 26 at DNR headquarters, several sportsmen’s groups and state agencies discussed the future of wildlife on Minnesota’s private lands. The meeting focused on the future of wildlife and what could be accomplished by combining efforts to see

A major topic was how game abundance affects the future and
appeal of hunting for upcoming generations. Discussion then
followed on the needs facing wildlife on private lands, solutions
that would fill those needs, and what could be expected to improve
wildlife populations, the Game and Fish Coalition reports.

The Federal Farm Bill currently being debated in Congress will
play a crucial role in determining wildlife’s future on Minnesota’s
landscape. This meeting was a first step in identifying needs for
wildlife on private lands and further meetings will discuss how
funding choices will impact solutions and projected results for
Minnesota’s game populations.

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