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Discussion Board - Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land

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10-28-2013 18:49:28

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I have received a detailed reply from the dec.
In breif; "In order for NYS DEC to map and regulate wetland, the wetland must be 12.4 acres or larger, with smaller wetlands allowed under specific unusual circumstances." I also checked the dec resource mapper and the area is clear between two "Wetland Checkzones".
But I still think I need to pull back from the table on this idea. Realizing it is cost prohibitive just for a food plot.

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10-29-2013 07:51:29

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 Re: Looking to recover 1/2 acre of marsh land in reply to NYCamper62, 10-28-2013 18:49:28  
For farming here in Minnesota, the FSA office, the DNR, and a state overseer all get very involved in wetlands issues.

They take it very seriously.

All three agencies do not talk between each other, you need to take your paperwork from one to the other, and get approval from all 3.

I wish I could live under your rules.

There are many efforts afoot to make what I have to deal with a national program, adding another agency that would need to approve everything.

Frankly, of you are allowed to drain or build up something, do so if you can.

That will end soon.


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