Category: Deer & Wildlife Forage Project

Winter Feeding of Deer – What You Should Know

Posted by Kevin - November 19, 2015 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project, News Articles
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All those who feed deer have good intentions to see deer through a rough winter.  Certain deer feeding practices though can actually cause malnutrition and even death.  Just because the deer love table scraps doesn’t mean it’s good for them.  Maine Inland Fishing and Wildlife (IF&W) biologists have put together a brochure to insure appropriate […]

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Rangeley’s Deer Forage Project Deemed Successful as it Closes

Posted by Kevin - September 25, 2012 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project, News Articles
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The Deer Forage Project (DFP) community partnership, as planned, will come to a close this summer.   The three-year project was created to address the sharp decline of the area deer herd. 

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RRGSA Wins Prestigious 2011 IF&W Land-User Award

Posted by Kevin - December 1, 2011 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project, News Articles
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M&H Construction Now Major Partner in RRGSA Deer Forage Program

Posted by Kevin - September 7, 2011 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project, News Articles
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Community cooperation and generosity like that demonstrated by M & H Construction is making the second season of the RRG&SA deer forage project another  success.

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Food Plots for Deer Workshop

Posted by Teddy Duke - April 20, 2011 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project, News Articles
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Rangeley’s long winter, once again, has delivered another blow to the deer herd. Now, more than ever, landowners are needed to improve their land for deer winter survival.   A workshop on May 14, Saturday will be held at the Oquossoc Club House of the Rangeley Guides and Sportsman’s Association off Old Ski-Way Drive. Coffee hour […]

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Deer & Wildlife Forage Project Test Post

Posted by Teddy Duke - March 9, 2011 - Deer & Wildlife Forage Project
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Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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