May 15, 2015 4:34 PM
The Associated Press
CONCORD — The N.H. Fish and Game Department is asking people around the state for their input on a 10-year revision of its Wildlife Action Plan that aims to protect species from becoming endangered.
The revision is required by states for them to qualify for State Wildlife Grant funds from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The department launched an online survey Friday to get public input on priorities, concerns and actions.
The survey can be taken through May 29.
The plan provides maps of priority habitats that agencies, towns, regional planning departments and conservation organizations can use for land protection and management. In the last decade, an additional 230,000 acres has been conserved in New Hampshire, much of which was identified in the plan.
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