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Nebraska Senator Wants Go Slow Approach on Land Conservation

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Nebraska Senator Wants Go Slow Approach on Land Conservation

Nebraska’s Congressional delegation is asking the US Fish and Wildlife Agency to go slow on their land plans along the Missouri River. The “Ponca and Niobrara Confluence Plan” would move several thousand acres of land along the river into conservation status. The Fish and Wildlife agency has been taking public comment on the plan for several months.

Nebraska Senator Deb Fischer says they want the open process to be extended again………

 

Fischer says she has been approached by a number of landowners along the river……

 

Fischer says she thinks landowners should be the deciding factor in any federal plan……

 

 

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