Stonebrooke performed boundary surveys on several large acre tracts of heavily wooded and hilly land that will be turned over to the Minnesota DNR, including a 1084 acre tract. The project work included making a determination of property line locations, monumenting corners, and preparing new legal descriptions to subdivide the properties into separate tracts and for the easements to access the parcels. The work involved locating numerous sections corner monuments, property corner monuments, and other occupation lines to determine the location of the property lines. The work also included filing certificates of location with Fillmore County on all section corners. The work was reviewed and approved by both The Nature Conservancy and the DNR and was performed to meet the DNR Boundary Survey Standards. Surveyor’s reports were prepared for this project based on DNR requirements, and along with the certificates of survey, the submittal included shape files that met DNR standards.