Managing, establishing, enhancing grassland habitat
Managing native forest or establishing woodland habitat
Managing, establishing, enhancing wetland habitat
Cropland management methods that benefit wildlife
Establishing wildlife food plots
Protecting or restoring riparian habitat or water quality
Developing habitat for upland game, big game, etc.
Farm and Ranch Guide
Developing and Maintaining Wildlife Habitat on the Northern Great Plains
PLOTS Payments and Agreements
- Wildlife Food Plots
- Wetland Reserve Easement Incentive
- Private Forest Conservation Program
- Habitat Plot Program
- CRP Access Program
- Working Lands Program
- Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) – North Dakota Riparian Project
- Shrub and Tree Planting Cost Share Option
Note: PLOTS provides financial and technical assistance to private landowners for habitat protection, enhancement and development. Landowners accepting assistance through PLOTS agree to allow public access for walk-in hunting. Payment structures, payment types and agreement lengths vary depending on type of agreement and land use. Payments may be one-time, upfront or annual and agreement lengths vary from two years up to 30 years. Cost-share for developing or enhancing habitat is also available. Please contact a biologist in your area for specific details and program information or click Contact Me and a biologist will get in contact with you.
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