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Excerpt from Louisiana Conservationist, Vol. 54: March-April 2002
As with the rest of the United States fol lowing World War II, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries saw a boon in scientific activity and progress. The introduction of the gi. Bill made college educations possible for a generation of Louisiana sportsmen who were eager to find ways to improve the natural resources they loved. A new age was ushered in and Louisiana would lead the way in finding more successful means of conservation.
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