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Money for Conservation

July 19, 2014
By Garry Brandenburg , Times-Republican

MONEY for CONSERVATION, as one can imagine, is a cost that is not cheap. Nationally, hundreds of millions of dollars are dedicated to the cause of habitat, research and regulations designed to assist where possible, and curtail some game populations where needed. For decades the brunt of the funds for conservation have come from fish and game hunting license sales. The 50 state fish and wildlife agencies get the bulk if not all of their wildlife funding from licenses. Those dollars spent by hunters and anglers benefit wildlife enjoyed in many fashions by all Americans.

 
 

 

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