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Eric Lobner, DNR Deer Trustee Report implementation coordinator, 608-235-0860

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MADISON — The public is being reminded they will have an opportunity to learn more about and comment on rules the Department of Natural Resources is proposing to implement recommendations in the Deer Trustee Report at public hearings that will be held at 35 locations statewide from Oct. 22 to Oct. 31.

View the list of meeting locations and times.

To view a summary of the proposed rules, visit dnr.wi.gov and search keywords “deer trustee report.”

The official comment period will run from Oct. 14 to Nov. 8. If unable to attend a public hearing during this time, the public is encouraged to complete a survey and submit comments online through the “deer trustee report Web page.”

Also available at this site are summaries of the action team proposals upon which the proposed rules are largely based, videos, and other information on the implementation process to date.

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