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The discounts work by basing assessments on what the land is worth as a working farm or woodlot, and not its value if sold on the real estate market.
Acts 319 and 515 defined Act 319: Grants lower assessments based on what a property can earn as a farm or woodlot, not its value on the real estate market.
So hurricane damage appeared mostly in woodlots on top of ridges and in the sugar maple orchards that produced the springtime crop of maple syrup.
Waupaca County, with a human population of just 51,945 and a rich mix of agricultural acreage and woodlots, is home to the state's highest deer density and is an annual Wisconsin leader in deer kill.
Garden Birds: Walk through the gardens and woodlots of Ardenwood Historic Farm in search of early spring migrants.
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: a small area of trees that can be used as fuel or to provide wood for building things
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