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Real Estate Specialist

Fish


Land Section Supervisor for the Department

Fish


Land Section Supervisor

Department of Fish


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Montana Territories - About Montana

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"Plum Creek has allowed the public to use their lands, and we hope to preserve that for the public," says Debby Dils, land section supervisor for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks."It's a great project, and we're lucky that Plum Creek has even been willing to talk to us."The department would buy the easement with money from the Bonneville Power Administration and federal funds, she says.


Agency wants to sell land - billingsgazette.com

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That number would be determined in an appraisal yet to be conducted, said Deborah Dils, a real estate specialist for Fish, Wildlife and Parks.


Montana Living Magazine

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"Plum Creek has allowed the public to use their lands, and we hope to preserve that for the public," says Debby Dils, land section supervisor for the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks."It's a great project, and we're lucky that Plum Creek has even been willing to talk to us."The department would buy the easement with money from the Bonneville Power Administration and federal funds, she says.


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