News Releases

May 09, 2008

Public Meetings for Discussion of Big Game Plans

WATERBURY, VT – Vermont’s big game management plans for deer, bear, moose and turkey are being updated, and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is asking for your help.

Fish & Wildlife personnel are holding “open house” public meetings to share information and get your input on wildlife management goals and issues for these four big game wildlife species. The information you provide will help Fish & Wildlife develop a 10-year plan that includes the biological needs of the species and the interests of the public.

The plan will serve as a “road map” for wildlife managers and the public to follow over the next 10 years to bring about desired outcomes such as population goals, habitat conservation and nuisance animal policies that are biologically and socially acceptable.

All of the remaining public meetings listed below will run from

7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Wednesday, May 14 – Riverside Middle School Cafeteria, 13 Fairground Rd., Springfield, VT

Thursday, May 15 – Rutland Intermediate School Cafeteria, 65-67 Library Ave, Rutland, VT

Wednesday, May 21 – Lyndon Institute Town House, College Rd, Lyndon Ctr, VT

Source: Agency of Natural Resources
Last Updated at: May 09, 2008 15:10:10