ILLINOIS NATURE PRESERVES COMMISSION AGENDA

Minutes of the 184th Meeting

Giant City Lodge
Makanda, Illinois

October 26, 2004 10:00 A.M.

*Documentary Material Enclosed

Item 1: Call to Order, Roll Call, and Introduction of Attendees

Item 2:* Adoption of Agenda

Item 3:* Approval of Minutes of the 183rd Meeting, August 3, 2004

Item 4: 2005 Proposed Meeting Schedule

1 February, 10:00 a.m. - Illinois Department of Natural Resources, Springfield
3 May, 10:00 a.m. - Nauvoo Family Inn and Suites, Nauvoo
2 August, 9:00 a.m. - Morton Arboretum, Lisle
25 October, 10:00 a.m. - Pere Marquette Lodge, Grafton

Item 5: INPC Staff Report

REPORT
Don McFall, Randy Heidorn, and John Nelson
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 6: IDNR Staff Report

REPORT
Todd Strole
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation

Item 7: Endangered Species Protection Board Staff Report


REPORT
Randy Nyboer
Endangered Species Protection Board Manager

Item 8:* Carroll Co. – Sterling - Rock Falls Family YMCA Camp Merrill M. Benson Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Sterling-Rock Falls Family YMCA proposes to register 74.3 acres as a land and water reserve. The proposed land and water reserve is located in the Freeport Section of the Rock River Hill Country Natural Division of Illinois just west of Mount Carroll. The area proposed for registration represents a significant portion of the 137-acre Waukarusa Canyon Illinois Natural Areas Inventory (INAI) site (#411). This site is recognized by the INAI as a Category I for the presence of high-quality dolomite cliff communities, as a Category II for the presence of five state endangered and threatened species, and as a Category IV for the unusual assemblage of relict flora and unusual cave invertebrate fauna. Listed species include: isopod (Caecidotea spatulata), dwarf scouring rush (Equisetum scirpoides), scented oak fern (Gymnocarpium robertianum), cliff goldenrod (Solidago sciaphila) and sullivantia (Sullivantia renifolia), all of which are found within the area proposed for registration. An unusual assemblage of relict flora, more typical of plants from the northern Great Lakes region, is found on the cliffs including white pine (Pinus strobus) and Canada yew (Taxus canadensis). Smith Park Cave, located at the base of the dolomite cliff face, is the largest cave on the site. In addition to harboring unusual cave invertebrates, the cave also serves as a winter hibernacula for bats. This project was made possible through the purchase of the land and water reserve easement by the IDNR’s Conservation 2000 (C2000) program.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 9:* Hancock Co. – Cedar Glen Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) proposes to permanently register three separate tracts totaling 269.54 acres as Cedar Glen Land and Water Reserve. The proposed land and water reserve lies within the Glaciated Section of the Middle Mississippi Border Natural Division of Illinois and is adjacent to Cedar Glen Nature Preserve (566.37 acres), also owned by TNC. The proposed land and water reserve is part of the 3,845-acre Cedar Glen Kibbe Macrosite recognized by the INAI (#565) as a Category I for the high-quality sand seep, sand hill prairie, limestone cliff community, dry-mesic barren, dry barren, and dry-mesic sand savanna; Category II for the presence of nine stated endangered and state threatened species; Category III for the nature preserve designation; Category IV for the outstanding exposure of Keokuk limestone; and Category VI for the high diversity mussel bed. Significant features of the proposed land and water reserve include high-quality dry-mesic barren community and a portion of the severe weather winter roost for the federally threatened and state threatened bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 10:* Jo Daviess Co. – Hanover Bluff Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources seeks to permanently register 187.55 acres of the 249.47-acre Hanover Bluff State Natural Area as Hanover Bluff Land and Water Reserve. This site is located in western Jo Daviess County, within the Wisconsin Driftless Natural Division of Illinois. The proposed land and water reserve lies within the northeast corner of the 1,600-acre site identified as the Hanover Bluff INAI site (#1058) and is recognized as a Category I for the high-quality dry dolomite prairie and dry sand prairie, Category II for the 12 state endangered and threatened species, and Category III for the nature preserve designation. The eastern border of the proposed land and water reserve also includes a portion of the Apple River INAI site (#1647), recognized as a Category II and Category VI for a high diversity mussel bed. Eighteen species of live mussels were sampled within this stretch of the Apple River during 2001, including the state-threatened black sandshell (Ligumia recta).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 11:* McHenry Co. – Beverly and Ken Eriksen Boone Creek Valley Land and Water Reserve, Registration

Beverly and Ken Eriksen wish to register approximately 10.47 acres of land located within the Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI (#1015) site as a land and water reserve. The proposed land and water reserve is located within the Morainal Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. The proposed land and water reserve consists primarily of an old-field community with some commercial nursery stock and elements of sedge meadow. Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site is a 452.4-acre complex of wetland and upland communities that support high-quality graminoid fen, calcareous seep, sedge meadow, and stream natural communities. Other element occurrences include three state-listed species: the slippershell (Alasmidonta viridis), white lady’s slipper (Cypripedium candidum), and hairy white violet (Viola incognita). This land and water reserve will protect a portion of the Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site, provide the impetus for restoration and management, and preserve nearby high-quality graminoid fens from alterations in surface and ground water hydrology that would occur should this parcel be developed. Registration of this proposed land and water reserve will increase the acreage of privately-owned protected land within the Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site from 101.1 to 111.57 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 12:* Pope Co. – Culley Barrens Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The proposed Culley Barrens Land and Water Reserve, owned by Mrs. Kitty Culley, is a 50.77-acre parcel located in the Greater Shawnee Hills Section of the Shawnee Hills Natural Division. The site was included on the INAI (#1704) for the presence of 1.7 acres of grade B barrens. The site also has 3.1 acres of grade C barrens, 10.6 acres of grade C dry-mesic upland forest, 28.5 acres of abandoned pasture, and 6.87 acres of old field and a sandstone cliff/overhang community.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Bob Edgin Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 13:* Randolph Co. – Blufftop Acres Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The proposed Blufftop Acres Land and Water Reserve, owned by Ron and Paulette Deterding, is a 20-acre blufftop parcel overlooking the Mississippi River floodplain and the town of Prairie du Rocher. Approximately 15 acres of the proposed land and water reserve is included in the 80-acre Prairie du Rocher-South INAI site (# 99). The Prairie du Rocher-South INAI site, located in the Northern Section of the Ozark Natural Division, contains a matrix of loess hill prairie, limestone bluff, and upland forest. The proposed land and water reserve contains approximately 10 acres of grade B and C loess hill prairie, grade A limestone cliff community, grade C dry-mesic upland forest, and the state-endangered Missouri coneflower (Rudbeckia missouriensis).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Debbie Newman Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 14:* Vermilion Co. – Addition to Little Vermilion River Land and Water Reserve, Registration

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources proposes to register 73 acres (in two tracts) as an addition to Little Vermilion River Land and Water Reserve. The existing Little Vermilion River Land and Water Reserve is 869 acres within Harry "Babe" Woodyard State Natural Area in Vermilion County in east central Illinois. Little Vermilion River Land and Water Reserve contains upland and floodplain forest typical of the Vermilion River Section of the Wabash Border Natural Division, protects 2.2 miles of the Little Vermilion River (INAI #1140) and supports 11 state-listed endangered or threatened species. The proposed addition provides direct protection and buffer to four populations of two listed species and a heron rookery. The listed species found in the proposed addition are fibrous-rooted sedge (Carex communis) and false hellebore (Veratrum woodii). Registration of the proposed addition will increase the area of the Land and Water Reserve to 942 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Mary Kay Solecki Registration Approval
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 15:* Cook Co. – Addition to Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Nature Conservancy proposes to dedicate 51 lots (approximately 4.32 acres) as an addition to Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve. The proposed addition consists of groups of lots located in five different city blocks located south of Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve. Despite the spatial distribution of the 51 lots, each of the groups of lots proposed for dedication are located contiguous to tracts of land already dedicated as Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve. The Indian Boundary Prairies are a surviving remnant of a vast prairie that once extended along Lake Michigan in the Chicago Lake Plain Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. Collectively, 462.59 acres of the Indian Boundary Prairies have been included on the INAI (Dropseed Prairie INAI #425; Gensburg-Markham Prairie INAI #400; Paintbrush Prairie INAI #1563; and Sundrop Prairie INAI #1575). Of that total, portions of four of the prairies (Sundrop Prairie - 54.9 acres; Gensburg-Markham Prairie - 118.2 acres; Paintbrush Prairie - 75.2 acres; and Dropseed Prairie - 9.2 acres), totaling 257.5 acres, have been dedicated as Illinois nature preserves. Dedication of this 4.32-acre addition will increase the size of Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve from 118.2 to 122.52 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 16:* Hancock Co. – Addition to Cedar Glen Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Nature Conservancy currently owns 566.37 acres dedicated as Cedar Glen Nature Preserve and would like to propose an addition of two tracts totaling 50.5 acres. The original dedication consisted of 188 acres (145 acres of dedicated nature preserve and 43 acres of dedicated buffer) and received final dedication approval, as the 54th Illinois nature preserve (Resolution #252), in June, 1972 at the 43rd Meeting of the INPC. At the 173rd INPC Meeting (Resolution #1620), the Commission granted final approval for the dedication of the Kibbe Bottoms (259.37 acres) as an addition to Cedar Glen Nature Preserve. At the 174th INPC Meeting (Resolution #1636), the Commission granted final approval for the dedication of an additional 119-acre tract known as Mud Island as an addition to Cedar Glen Nature Preserve. If dedicated, this 50.5-acre addition would increase the size of the Nature Preserve to nearly 617 acres, placing it among the ten largest nature preserves not under state ownership. The proposed addition lies within the Glaciated Section of the Middle Mississippi Border Natural Division of Illinois within the 3,845-acre Cedar Glen Kibbe Macrosite recognized by the INAI (#565) as a Category I high-quality sand seep, sand hill prairie, limestone cliff community, dry-mesic barren, dry barren, and dry-mesic sand savanna; Category II for the presence of nine state endangered and state threatened species; Category III for the nature preserve designation; Category IV for the outstanding exposure of Keokuk Limestone; and Category VI for the high diversity mussel bed. Significant features of the proposed addition include high-quality dry-mesic barren community and a portion of the severe weather winter roost for the federally threatened and state threatened bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 17:* Jo Daviess Co. – Second Addition to Hanover Bluff Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) proposes to dedicate 67.091 acres as an addition to Hanover Bluff Nature Preserve. TNC was granted approval for the dedication of a 48.466-acre addition to the IDNR-owned 361.7-acre Hanover Bluff Nature Preserve at the 183rd INPC meeting (Resolution #1786). This increased the size of the Nature Preserve to over 410 acres. The addition being proposed today represents the remaining property owned by TNC within the Hanover Bluff area. Hanover Bluff Nature Preserve received final dedication approval in May, 1987, at the 113th Meeting of the INPC (Resolution #929). The site lies within the Wisconsin Driftless Natural Division in western Jo Daviess County, Illinois, within the western portion of the 1,600-acre Hanover Bluff INAI site (#1058). This site is recognized by the INAI as a Category I for the high-quality dry dolomite prairie and dry sand prairie; Category II for the presence of 11 state endangered and threatened species; and Category III for the dedicated nature preserve designation. Two state listed plants have been observed within the proposed addition to Hanover Bluff Nature Preserve: meadow horsetail (Equisetum pratense) and hairy umbrella-wort (Mirabilis hirsuta).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Angella Moorehouse Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 18:* McHenry Co. – Miles Prairie and Sedge Meadow Addition of Nature Preserve Buffer to Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve, Dedication

Tiffany and Tom Miles propose to dedicate approximately 5 acres of land located adjacent to the Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site (#1015) as a buffer addition to Boone Creek Fen Nature Preserve. The buffer addition consists primarily of mesic prairie and sedge meadow plant communities arrayed along the floor of Boone Creek Valley. Boone Creek Fen and Seep INAI site is a 452.4-acre complex of wetland and upland communities that support high-quality graminoid fen, calcareous seep, and sedge meadow plant communities. Other element occurrences within the INAI site include three state-listed species: the slippershell (Alasmidonta viridis), white lady’s slipper (Cypripedium candidum), and hairy white violet (Viola incognita). The proposed Miles Prairie and Sedge Meadow buffer addition includes a small length of Boone Creek, a 13-mile grade B stream that is considered of statewide ecological significance.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Preliminary Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 19:* Cook Co. – Addition to Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Nature Conservancy seeks final approval for dedication of a 3.81-acre addition to Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve. This prairie is in an area known collectively as the Indian Boundary Prairies. The Indian Boundary Prairies are a surviving remnant of a vast prairie that once extended along Lake Michigan in the Chicago Lake Plain Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. Collectively, 462.59 acres of the Indian Boundary Prairies have been included on the INAI (Dropseed Prairie INAI #425; Gensburg-Markham Prairie INAI #400; Paintbrush Prairie INAI #1563; and Sundrop Prairie INAI #1575). Of that total, portions of four of the prairies (Sundrop Prairie - 54.9 acres; Gensburg-Markham Prairie - 118.2 acres; Paintbrush Prairie - 75.2 acres; and Dropseed Prairie - 9.2 acres), totaling 257.5 acres, have been dedicated as Illinois nature preserves. Preliminary approval for this addition was granted at the Commission’s 138th Reconvened Meeting in March, 1993 (Resolution #1161) and the 161st Meeting in October, 1998 (Resolution #1444). Dedication of this 3.81-acre addition will increase the size of Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve from 118.2 to 122.01 acres.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 20:* Cook Co. – Addition to Sundrop Prairie Nature Preserve, Dedication

The Nature Conservancy proposes to dedicate a 36.3-acre addition to Sundrop Prairie Nature Preserve. This prairie is in an area known collectively as the Indian Boundary Prairies. The other prairies are Gensburg-Markham Prairie Nature Preserve, Paintbrush Prairie Nature Preserve, and Dropseed Prairie Nature Preserve. The Indian Boundary Prairies are a surviving remnant of a vast prairie that once extended along Lake Michigan in the Chicago Lake Plain Section of the Northeastern Morainal Natural Division of Illinois. Although Sundrop Prairie was not identified on the original INAI, this prairie was included on the INAI in December, 2000 for its significance as part of the Indian Boundary Prairies. Sundrop Prairie received preliminary approval for dedication at the Commission’s 145th Meeting in October, 1994 (Resolution # 1249). Final approval for dedication of 53.56 acres as an Illinois nature preserve was granted at the Commission’s 166th Meeting in February, 2000 (Resolution # 1522). The Commission granted final approval for dedication of a 1.34-acre addition to Sundrop Prairie Nature Preserve at its 166th Meeting (Resolution # 1704) in February, 2003. This 36.3-acre addition will increase the size of Sundrop Prairie Nature Preserve from 54.9 to 91.2 acres. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this addition at its 183rd Meeting (Resolution #1784) in August, 2004.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Steven Byers Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 21:* DeWitt Co. – Mettler Woods Nature Preserve, Dedication

Mettler Woods, owned by The Nature Conservancy, is an approximately 70.7-acre site, which includes the 65-acre Mettler Woods Natural Area (INAI #20), recognized on the INAI for a 44-acre grade B, dry-mesic upland forest. The proposed nature preserve supports 21 acres of the grade C forest and approximately six acres of early successional forest, all of which are natural communities representative of the Grand Prairie Section of the Grand Prairie Natural Division. The dry-mesic forest supports large canopy individuals of species such as white oak (Quercus alba), bur oak (Q. macrocarpa), and shagbark hickory (Carya ovata). Watercourses at Mettler Woods drain into Salt Creek Natural Area (INAI #1432), located within one mile to the south. The owners wish to ensure the continued protection and proper restoration management of Mettler Woods by having it dedicated in perpetuity as an Illinois nature preserve. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 182nd Meeting (Resolution #1771) in May, 2004.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Tom Lerczak Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 22:* Fulton Co. – Kedzior Woodlands Addition to Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve, Dedication

Mr. Ken Kedzior proposed to dedicate a 69.3-acre addition, known as Kedzior Woodlands, to Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve. The proposed addition is located within the Western Forest-Prairie Natural Division and consists of three tracts within a 302.54-acre site that also includes the 120-acre Kedzior Woodlands Land and Water Reserve. Native plant communities on Mr. Kedzior’s land support species that are characteristic of the Western Forest-Prairie Natural Division. The northwestern corner of Tract 1 (33.7 acres) is adjacent to Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve. Most of the proposed nature preserve addition consists of second-growth mesic to dry-mesic upland oak-hickory (Quercus-Carya) forest within a steep-sided ravine system, part of which drains into the southwestern corner of Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve and then into Spoon River. Tract 2 (13.7 acres of early successional woods) is adjacent to and north of State Route 95. Tract 3 of the proposed nature preserve addition (21.94 acres) is separated from the other two proposed nature preserve tracts by State Route 95. Tract 3 supports early successional woodland plus a 2-3-acre open woodland or savanna community that includes hazelnut (Corylus americana), New Jersey tea (Ceanothus americanus), prairie willow (Salix humilis), melic grass (Melica nitens), and lead plant (Amorpha canescens). This remnant natural community has a good potential for recovery with renewed fire management. Mr. Kedzior wishes to add the three Kedzior Woodlands tracts to Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve in order to ensure the protection of the forest and savanna/open woodland communities present on the site, to increase the diversity of community types protected as dedicated Illinois Nature Preserve at the Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve, to enhance the protection of the high-quality forest and the Spoon River at Harper-Rector Woods Nature Preserve; and to ensure that a proper restoration management program will maintain natural ecosystem dynamics and processes that are capable of perpetuating natural communities into the future. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 183rd Meeting (Resolution #1785) in August, 2004.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Tom Lerczak Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 23:* Randolph Co. – Prairie of the Rock Nature Preserve, Dedication

The proposed Prairie of the Rock Nature Preserve, owned by J.W. (Bill) Gonterman, is a 15- acre blufftop parcel overlooking the Mississippi River floodplain and the town of Prairie du Rocher. Approximately 3 acres of the proposed nature preserve is included in the 80-acre Prairie du Rocher-South Illinois INAI site (#99). The Prairie du Rocher-South INAI site, located in the Northern Section of the Ozark Natural Division, contains a matrix of loess hill prairie, limestone bluff, and upland forest. The INAI site also contains the state-endangered Missouri coneflower (Rudbeckia missouriensis). The proposed nature preserve contains grade B and C loess hill prairie, grade A limestone cliff community, and grade C dry-mesic upland forest. The Commission granted preliminary approval for dedication of this site at its 179th Meeting in May, 2003 (Resolution #1720).

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Debbie Newman Final Approval for Dedication
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 24:* Cass Co. – Cox Creek Hill Prairies Land and Water Reserve - Request for Snowmobile Trail

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is proposing the construction of a snowmobile trail in Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area which entails routing the trail through a portion of the Cox Creek Hill Prairies Land and Water Reserve. At the time of registration, no trail was included in the management program for the Land and Water Reserve. The proposed trail is located an average of 250 feet from the INAI site and will separate the Land and Water Reserve from Conservation Reserve Program tree plantings. The proposed trail route will not adversely impact the high-quality hill prairies for which the Land and Water Reserve was established and will be used as a fire break in managing the prairie and prairie restorations in the Land and Water Reserve. Other alternatives outside of the Land and Water Reserve were considered, but were less desirable due to safety concerns and snowmobile trail design standards.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Diane Tecic Approval of Snowmobile Trail
Regional Restoration Ecologist
IDNR, Office of Resource Conservation
Mike Wickens
Jim Edgar Panther Creek State Fish and Wildlife Area

Item 25:* Johnson Co. – Grassy Slough Land and Water Reserve - Request for Subordination of Land and Water Reserve Easement to Federal Wetland Reserve Program Agreement

The Nature Conservancy (TNC) owns Grassy Slough Land and Water Reserve in Johnson County, along the Cache River in southern Illinois. The 2,672-acre Grassy Slough Land and Water Reserve was registered in 2003. Before Grassy Slough was registered, 2,200 acres of the site were encumbered with a federal Wetland Reserve Program easement. This is a permanent conservation easement held by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Federal regulations require that State easements be subjugated to the federal easement. TNC is requesting that the INPC and the IDNR subordinate the Land and Water Reserve to the federal easement.

REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Don McFall Approval of Subordination Agreement
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 26:* Vegetation Management Guidelines

The Management Guidelines give landowners and managers guidance on how to handle a land
management issue in a nature preserve or land and water reserve. Once approved by the Commission, they become part of the policy guidance used by staff to review and approve management plans. Updated Vegetation Management Guidelines for the control of black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia), Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), Chinese yam (Dioscorea oppositifolia), Johnson grass (Sorghum halepense), spotted knapweed (Centaurea maculosa), and trailing crown vetch (Coronilla varia) are presented for approval. Methods of control for these species include various applications and combinations of prescribed fire, cutting and spot treatments of herbicide depending on site specific conditions and management goals. These revisions were drafted by Angella Moorehouse, Patti Reilly, Jody Shimp, Bob Lindsay, Anne Mankowski, Connie Carroll, Michlelle Simone and Randy Heidorn. The guidelines were submitted to INPC Consultants and Advisors and to selected natural area land managers for review. Recommended changes were incorporated into the documents.
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REPORT ACTION TO BE CONSIDERED
Bob Edgin Approval of Management Guidelines
Nature Preserves Commission

Item 27: Public Comment Period (3 minutes per person)

Item 28: Other Business

Item 29: Adjournment


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