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The National Wildlife Health Laboratory (NWHL), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Madison is in the process of a 7-ha prairie restoration project on their lands to create a microcosmic representation of presettlement Wisconsin. Visiting scientists, personnel from local schools and universities, and neighboring public will eventually be able to use this land for its educational and esthetic value while becoming more familiar with the goals and objectives of the Fish and Wildlife Service and the NWHL. Self-guiding nature trails and a kiosk will facilitate public use after the project is completed.
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Prairie restoration at the National Wildlife Health Laboratory (Wisconsin)