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Original article by Tim Eisele posted September 1, 2016 on Outdoor News:

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Article text:

Rothschild, Wis. — Land management and habitat ideas.

Timber sale plans.

Tax relief.

Networking and friendships.

Even family unity and pride in ownership and hard work.

These are all reasons why landowners attend Project Coverts workshops every August. They’re also why 100 habitat junkies who already attended early Coverts sessions returned for a Project Coverts reunion for three days in August. Read article to find out about important reunion topics...

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