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Public Meeting in Kearney to Discuss Tree Removal

LINCOLN – A public meeting will be held in Kearney on July 29 to discuss invasive tree removal for upland game bird and other game management on Bassway Strip Wildlife Management Area. The meeting will be held from 7-8 p.m. at the Environmental Resource Center Building in Yanney Heritage Park, located at 2020 W. 11th St. Discussion will focus on removal of invasive eastern red cedar trees and grey dogwood to benefit bobwhite quail, deer, turkey and other wildlife species.

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Habitat Project Planned on Bassway Strip WMA

LINCOLN – A habitat project will begin sometime this summer on Bassway Strip Wildlife Management Area in Buffalo County to benefit bobwhite quail, wild turkey, white-tailed deer and many other species. The primary focus of the project will be to remove invasive cedar trees and smooth brome grass and to establish food plots and shrub thickets. This will provide nesting, brood-rearing and escape cover for quail and turkeys. Cedar tree and limited deciduous tree removal will open up heavily timbered …

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Access Road to Bassway Strip WMA Temporarily Closed

LINCOLN – The access road that passes under Interstate 80 on the west end of Bassway Strip Wildlife Management Area in Buffalo County will be temporarily closed during construction of a hike/bike trail bridge across the Platte River. Bassway Strip WMA will remain open to hunting and other allowable uses, but access may be gained from the parking area just off Nebraska Highway 10.

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