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  • QDMA to host Wildlife Habitat Workshop Aug. 8

    Wildlife Habitat Management Workshop - August 8. Sandy Mush Game Lands, Buncombe County.

    Hosted by the QDMA Southern Appalachian Branch and the Western Carolina Quality Deer Management Program.

    Topics include deer habitat requirements, improving forest habitats for deer, early successional habitats, native warm season grasses, food plots, NCWRC technical assistance available to landowners, and the N.C. Tree Farm Program.

    A partnership with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC), Sustainable Forestry Initiative, University of Tennessee Extension, WNC Wildlife, and the NC Sustainable Forestry Initiative State Implementation Committee, the workshop is geared towards deer hunters and landowners interested in wildlife habitat development.

    NCWRC Burnsville Wildlife Management Crew and biologists will lead a tour of Sandy Mush Game Lands, one of the top rated game lands in western North Carolina.

    To register for the workshop or for more information, please contact Kyle Brown: (828) 442-2674