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Want to attract more deer to your woods?

Are you a landowner in Northern Minnesota?

Join other deer hunters to learn how harvesting trees can improve your future hunts.

Learn from wildlife biologists and foresters on the habitat needs of deer.

Connect with professionals who can help you get your harvest done in a way that will leave your woods better than before, and leave with a plan for improving deer habitat in your woods.

Registration includes materials, food, and a chance at raffle prizes!

Sign up for one of two sessions (space is limited):

Surly Brewing

April 8, 2019 6:00-9:00 PM

520 Malcolm Avenue SE

Minneapolis, MN 55414


Cabela's in Rogers

April 9th, 6:00-8:30 PM

20200 Rogers Drive

Rogers, MN 55374


Registration and networking (30 min.)

Enjoy food and refreshments in the accompany of other enthusiastic deer hunters.

What deer need (40 min.)

Rick Horton, Wildlife Biologist, Minnesota Forest Industries

How one landowner improved his hunt (10 min.)

How to get started (20 min.)

Troy Holcomb, Forester, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Make a Connection

Get connected with foresters and wildlife biologists to schedule a free evaluation of your woods, and check to see if you won any door prizes!

These workshops are hosted by the East Range Joint Powers board and Minnesota Deer Hunters Association, and are possible due to generous support and donations from: The Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society, American Bird Conservancy, Sappi Fine Paper, Minnesota Forestry Association, Louisiana Pacific Corporation, Minnesota Forest Industries, The Wildlife Management Institute, and the Minnesota DNR

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