The Minnesota DNR is looking for your help in creating the plan for deer management throughout the state.

Each region is hosting several meetings so area residents can learn more about the plan and ask questions. The DNR's goal is to provide information for the residents of Minnesota, upholding the hunting traditions and maintain healthy deer populations throughout the state.

The DNR has a draft plan in place, and you can see that HERE.

If you want to get involved and leave your comments, you can do so HERE.

At the local meetings, attendees will be able to talk with local wildlife management about the plan and ask questions. They won't take any comments on the plan, but residents will be able to ask questions and learn more about the drafted plan in place.

The meeting in Southeast Minnesota is at the Willow Creek Middle School in Rochester on Tuesday, April 24th from 6-8pm. It is free for anyone to attend.

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