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Sugar River planning group properties will be discussed at two open houses
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Meetings set for Dunn, Brodhead MADISON - Public input is being sought on the recreation and habitat management of a group of state fish, wildlife and natural area properties in south central Dane, eastern Green and western Rock counties. The Department of Natural Resources is developing a master plan for these properties called the Sugar River planning group. Collectively, they contain 12,222 acres of fee title and easement lands with 10,579 acres in wildlife areas, 860 acres in fishery areas, 256 acres in Ice Age Trail lands and 527 acres in natural areas.