2003 Conservation PLOTS Guide Available
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has worked with landowners to improve wildlife habitat and provide hunting access to more than 360,000 acres of private land this fall, according to Kevin Kading, private lands biologist for the agency. These tracts, called Private Lands Open to Sportsmen - PLOTS - are featured in the new 2003 Conservation PLOTS Guide, now available throughout the state.
The PLOTS guide contains maps that highlight areas developed through several game and fish private land programs, including CRP cost-share, habitat plots, CoverLocks for Conservation, native forest habitat and others. In the field, these areas are identified by triangular yellow signs. In the PLOTS guide, they are identified as yellow blocks, with CoverLocks areas outlined in green.
The 2003 guide also includes public land in North Dakota, information about private lands and other game and fish programs, an upland game bird identification guide, and other useful materials.
PLOTS guides are free, and available by walk-in at the game and fish department's Bismarck office, 100 N. Bismarck Expressway, Bismarck, ND 58501; 701-328-6300; at district offices in Riverdale, Williston, Dickinson, Jamestown, Devils Lake, Lonetree and Oakes; at county auditor offices; and license vendors. Interested hunters can also view the guide through the department's web site, discovernd.com/gnf.
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