Conservation advocates make case for larger Outdoor Heritage Fund
GRAND FORKS -- North Dakota legislation to create an Outdoor Heritage Fund is encouraging, but the allocation isn't enough to meet the needs that exist in the wake of the state's energy boom, increased ag development and the loss of land enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program.
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