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[ President Announces Funding Goals for Parks Projects in Dozens of States: Wilderness Society applauds proposed investments by Land and Water Conservation Fund ]

Michael Reinemer

Rather than using taxpayer dollars, the program’s funds come from a small slice of royalties from oil and gas leases in publicly owned offshore waters. 

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[ President Announces Funding Goals for Parks Projects in Dozens of States: Wilderness Society applauds proposed investments by Land and Water Conservation Fund ]

Michael Reinemer

Rather than using taxpayer dollars, the program’s funds come from a small slice of royalties from oil and gas leases in publicly owned offshore waters. 

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[ President Announces Funding Goals for Parks Projects in Dozens of States: Wilderness Society applauds proposed investments by Land and Water Conservation Fund ]

Michael Reinemer

Rather than using taxpayer dollars, the program’s funds come from a small slice of royalties from oil and gas leases in publicly owned offshore waters. 

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[ President Obama’s budget contains full LWCF funding, proposed projects ]

The budget proposal is part of the Obama administration’s stated strategy of securing permanent reauthorization and full funding for th

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[ Coyotes among us ]

 Join DNR staff for a Feb. 23 chat at noon and learn more
Coyote
Coyote
Photo Credit: WDNR

MADISON – Coyotes become more active in late winter as they become more territorial during the breeding season and give birth to pups. Join Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for a live chat Feb. 23 at noon and learn more, including how to help reduce coyote interactions with pets.

Coyotes are prevalent throughout much of Wisconsin, and thrive in areas with an abundance of food like rabbits, squirrels, and rodents.

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