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John Pohlman

Land Management Specialist

The state Department

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The state Department

Background Information

Employment History

DNR


Sauk Prairie Recreation Area


Affiliations

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Senior Planning Analyst


Education

Masters Degree

UW-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies


undergraduate degree

Grinnell College


Web References(19 Total References)


Green Bay Press-Gazette - Development claims state natural legacy lands

www.greenbaypressgazette.com [cached]

John Pohlman, land management specialist with the state Department of Natural Resources, said some land tracts are best kept in their current use. For example, not all farmland necessarily should be sold off for other use, he said. "If we keep parceling it up, we'll kill it with a thousand cuts," Pohlman said.


RLIA MEETING MINUTES

www.rocklake.org [cached]

Speaker: John Pohlman, senior planning analyst with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.
He has worked for the Endangered Species program and is now with the DNR's Facilities and Lands program. John was the Team Leader in developing the Land Legacy Report, which has given the Department a 50 year vision for protecting 229 very special places and landscapes in Wisconsin.


Large Crowd attends DNR Public Hearing | Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance

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DNR representatives Paul Zajackowski, John Pohlman and attorney Kris Hess chair the hearing
DNR representatives Paul Zajackowski, John Pohlman and attorney Kris Hess chair the hearing


Large Crowd attends DNR Public Hearing | Sauk Prairie Conservation Alliance

www.saukprairievision.org [cached]

DNR representatives Paul Zajackowski, John Pohlman and attorney Kris Hess chair the hearing
DNR representatives Paul Zajackowski, John Pohlman and attorney Kris Hess chair the hearing


This Month’s Speaker | AGA Southern Wisconsin Chapter

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John Pohlman
John Pohlman has worked for the DNR since 1992. He started out evaluating potential impacts from a range of development projects on rare species and their habitats. Later, he helped lead the assessment of the places in Wisconsin that Department staff and the public thought were the most critical to meet conservation and recreation needs for the next 50 years (the outcome of which is known as the Land Legacy Report). More recently, he has been involved with developing management plans for DNR properties throughout the state. He started working on the master plan for the Sauk Prairie Recreation Area in 2013. John has an undergraduate degree from Grinnell College and a Masters Degree from the UW-Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies.


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