Establish and maintenance of moist soil vegetation on cropland edges to increase wildlife cover, shelter and habitat diversity


The wetter or more water saturated portions of cropland fields such as areas adjacent to field drains, have the potential to produce a significant amount of moist soil plants which are a tremendously valuable source of forage and cover for many waterfowl, shorebird and wading bird species, especially during a period of time when such plants may be limited.  

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