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Published December 09, 2011, 12:00 AM

CRP field

A hunter walks a section of southeast North Dakota land enrolled in the federal Conservation Reserve Program in October 2003. Hundreds of thousands of CRP acres are set to expire next September, and the resulting decline in prime habitat likely will mean leaner times for North Dakota hunters, who’ve grown used to the abundant wildlife populations CRP helped provide. (Forum Communications file photo)
Read the article: CRP and wildlife: 'Where has it all gone?'