The Department of Natural Resources has cancelled its June 18 meetings to discuss a master plan for the Central Sand Plains Ecological Landscape.

A DNR spokesperson said Tuesday that the regional planning process is on hold pending collection of additional information.

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Meetings had been scheduled in Black River Falls, Adams and at Mirror Lake State Park.

The region includes portions of Monroe, Jackson and Juneau counties.

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