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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Urban Wildlife Damage Abatement and Control Grant Update

The grant application due date is December 1, 2019 but because December 1 falls on a Sunday the due date is December 2

Urban Wildlife Damage Abatement and Control (UWDAC) grants help urban areas develop wildlife plans, implement specific damage abatement and/or control measures for white-tailed deer and/or Canada geese. They are available to any town, city, village, county or tribal government in an urban area.  Municipalities included on the list of Urban Areas are eligible to apply.

 

Link to List of Urban Areas: https://dnr.wi.gov/Aid/documents/wildlife/UrbanAreasAppList.pdf?o=n

Application materials and reference documents can be found on the DNR UWDAC grant web page:  UWDAC Grant Web Page

Link to the grant application form (also available on the UWDAC Grants web page):  https://dnr.wi.gov/files/PDF/forms/2300/2300-267.pdf

Grant eligible expenses include:

  • Developing an urban wildlife population control plan.
  • Monitoring wildlife populations and establishing population estimates.
  • Removing deer using sharpshooters as part of a DNR approved project.
  • Trapping deer and geese.
  • Implementing managed hunts.
  • Removing resident Canada geese by approved DNR methods.
  • Performing required health and tissue sampling.
  • Processing, distributing or disposing of geese or deer to a charitable organization.
  • Modifying habitat.
  • Implementing any other wildlife control or damage abatement practices approved by the DNR.

Complete applications must be received at DNR on or before December 2, 2019.  Applications will be scored and ranked by early January.  Award notifications will be sent to successful applicants by January 31, 2020. 

Contacts:

If you have questions about developing a plan, population monitoring, control methods, etc. please contact Elizabeth Tanner at:  Elizabeth.Tanner@wisconsin.gov or by phone at (608) 266-2151

If you have grant administrative questions please contact Wendy Peich, Community Financial Assistance at wendy.peich@wisconsin.gov or at 608-264-9207.

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