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Burnham

land conservation school project help!

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me and a buddy (8 point) are doing a project for school on land conservation, and would greatly appreciate any information leading to an interview of a knowledgable person on this issue. right now we are thinking of interviewing people from pheasants forever or the dnr. any help apprectiated.

thank you

burnham

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I sent your question to Joel Nelson a member of FM... He is one of the heads at UofM Soil and Water...

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I talked to him on the phone on my way home from work. He will either post here or get in contact with you.

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Burnham:

More than welcome to help if I can! Depending on the specifics of your project, I may be able to recommend someone who is better suited to answer your questions if I can't be of help.

Shoot me an email and we can go from there:

nels1945@umn.edu

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alright! i am at school right now and my buddies and i that are doing this project just sent an email regarding the project.

Thank you in advance

Burnham

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I'm in college and have done a few projects on land conservation. If you need anymore help, let me know. I currently am the president of Ducks Unlimited for our college, and could get you a lot of great information there as well.

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I'm also so working on this project with Burnham. If you could give your email it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your help!

Kevin

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The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation may also be a good source of information on land conservation.

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