Help guide Extension programming by taking a short survey

A super cute deer looks out from a lush, green forest.

The University of Minnesota Extension Forestry and Wildlife programs are looking for participants to complete a survey to better understand what Minnesotans know and feel about deer in their community and woodlands. Your responses will help in developing an Extension program that will assess the impacts to forest vegetation by white-tailed deer in Minnesota. If you are interested in what influence deer have on your local woodlands please help us by filling out this survey.

In 2018 we will be seeking volunteers to collect information that monitors wildflowers and tree seedlings in order to assess impacts of deer browse. Keep posted to MyMinnesotaWoods in the future for more information on how you can participate. Or sign up for our monthly newsletter and never miss an update!

Johanna is Extension’s Forest-Wildlife Program Coordinator. She holds a BS in Biology from Drake University and an MS in Forestry from Purdue University, where her research focused on the regional shifts of tree species due to climate change.

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