Deer Management Program Available To Landowners Explained In Upcoming Webinar

The Missouri Department of Conservation has announced an opportunity for landowners interested in deer management to learn about a Deer Management Assistance Program, otherwise known as DMAP, offered by the department.

A live webinar offered through Zoom will be offered on Thursday, July 28th from 6 until 7pm. The Missouri Department of Conservation and the National Deer Association will explain the program through the webinar, answer questions, and provide testimonials from landowners who have previously used the program.

The DMAP program is designed to aid in deer management by allowing the landowners and hunters they designate to buy additional firearms permits to take antlerless deer on the properties above and beyond regular-season harvest limits.

Any private property of at least 500 acres located outside of municipal boundaries, regardless of the owner’s legal residence, is eligible for the program. For properties inside the boundaries of a city or town, at least 40 acres are required. Individual parcels of land, regardless of ownership, may be combined to satisfy the acreage requirements as long as no parcel of land is more than a half-mile (by air) from the boundary of another parcel being combined to form an enrolled DMAP property.

A link to allow landowners for register for the July 28th webinar can be found HERE.

 

 

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