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Upland Wildlife Habitat Management is a type of conservation activity that farmers are eligible to implement under their contracts with the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The practice helps to maintain areas with food, cover, and habitat for upland wildlife by manipulating plant communities. Management practices can include planting permanent vegetation, prescribed burning and grazing, and improving tree and forest stands.

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