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It's not too late to get involved in local deer management

It's not too late to get involved in local deer management decisions!

Deer

The July 1 deadline to join your county’s deer advisory council is coming up fast. The opportunity to apply for all seats only comes up once every three years, so be sure to submit your application in time!

Council members meet annually to review deer management data, gather public input and provide recommendations to the Department of Natural Resources and the Natural Resources Board regarding deer management decisions in their county.

Those selected will serve for three years and during that time will have a great deal of responsibility in helping manage deer in their county.

Submit your application

Who should apply?

Applicants must have experience or involvement with at least one of these seven stakeholder categories:

  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Tourism
  • Transportation
  • Hunting
  • Wisconsin’s Deer Management Assistance Program
  • Local government

CDACs were established in 2014 and continue to provide an excellent venue to develop county-specific deer population objectives and herd management strategies through public involvement. In doing so, council members review and consider a variety of metrics on deer herd trends, impacts to habitat and various human-deer interactions.

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