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DNR wildlife forum will look at Predator-Prey Project

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Published: Mar. 1, 2017 at 6:41 PM EST
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The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is holding a series of forums for landowners in the western Upper Peninsula over the next few months.

The first forum is March 8 at the Ewen-Trout Creek school. They'll be discussing some of the preliminary findings from the ongoing Michigan Predator-Prey Project.

The forums are called Wildlife Through Forestry. The goal is to show landowners ways they can help enhance wildlife habitats in their areas.

"This is a great opportunity for private land owners to come out and learn about ways they can enhance their property through detailed and well crafted management plans," said John Pepin from the DNR. "It's also a great opportunity to come out and learn about wildlife species and some of the research that's going on right here in the U.P."

There will be another forum in Houghton in mid April. The final forum is scheduled for May 8 in Baraga County.

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