How to Get Paid for Creating Upland Habitat Buffer Strips | Pay Dirt
Season 1, Episode 18 • 14m
S1.E18: Slade visits with Tondo Waldron, and they look at some CP-33 upland habitat buffer strips. Waldron explains the steps landowners can take to receive federal grant money for maintaining these strips, which provide good travel corridors for whitetails, and excellent ground cover for quail, rabbits and young turkeys. Finally, get a sneak peek at a 280-acre farm for sale in the heart of Southern Iowa big buck country.
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