Take part in deer population goal-setting December 19, 2019 Wisconsin

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Take part in deer population goal-setting


December 19, 2019 Wisconsin DNR News

We’re starting our next deer population goal-setting in January 2020 and you can be a part of it! The four-year process will assess and

determine goals for blocks across the entire state, starting with blocks in the northwestern and western parts of the state.

Based on feedback from deer hunters and others, the DNR is using a new workshop format to integrate small group discussions to both scope issues and create recommendations. Each block will have a pair of workshops, each three hours in length. In the first, participants will identify issues of interest and priorities; in the second, they will discuss solutions to the issues and create recommendations for the deer populations in those blocks.

To find out more about the goal-setting process – including the complete details on the dates and locations of the workshops starting in January – check out the goal-setting webpage.

Note: The following areas (in gray in the map above) are not included in the goal-setting process: Twin Cities metro area, Duluth area, Red Lake Reservation, disease management areas. DPAs in blue are scheduled for 2020, purple for 2021, green for 2022 and gold for 2023.



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