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DNR urges Minnesotans to donate to wildlife fund on tax forms

The agency says donations to the conservation fund are off more than 10 percent. “It is critical to the survival of the Nongame Program that donations maintain or increase," says program supervisor Carrol Henderson. Eighty percent of the program's funding comes from tax-deductible donations.
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The agency says donations to the conservation fund are off more than 10 percent. “It is critical to the survival of the Nongame Program that donations maintain or increase," says program supervisor Carrol Henderson. Eighty percent of the program's funding comes from tax-deductible donations.

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