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Identifying County Land Conservation Priorities/Recreation Opportunities.

Sander, Heather.

In 2003, Becker County developed its Comprehensive Plan to help the County determine land use priorities and develop strategies for achieving them. Predominately, these priorities seek the protection of the County's natural resources, i.e., water quality, forestlands, shoreline areas, flora and fauna, prairie etc., i.e., sustainable development.The project used GIS to identify public tax forfeited land and public sector land most suitable for conservation and recreational development. The report contains maps created by the CAP student.

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Prepared in partnership with the Becker County Economic Development Authority by the Community Assistantship Program (CAP), administered by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA) at the University of Minnesota.
8 pp.
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