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Public Invited to Talk About Deer ManagementSubmitted: 05/12/2013
Story By Lyndsey Stemm

MADISON - If you have input or questions about deer management in Wisconsin, the DNR want's to hear it.

Anyone who wants to talk about the implementation of the Deer Trustee can do so this Tuesday at 6 o'clock online.

The DNR will host an evening online chat about implementation of the Deer Trustee Report and ongoing Action Team discussions.

To participate, visit the DNR home page, DNR.WI.GOV and look for the advertisement to enter the chat, or search the phrase "ask the experts."



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