Deer management goes local
Beginning this fall, local residents will have more say in the management of deer at the county level.
The Department of Natural Resources approved the move earlier this year in response to the recent Deer Trustee Report findings.
“This is groundbreaking,” said Al Horvath, of Superior. “There’s nobody doing anything like this.”
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