The workshop will feature seminars, presentations and field demonstrations given by wildlife biologists, foresters and agricultural specialists. Presentations and field demonstrations during the day will cover topics including: soil testing, food plot management, tree and shrub plantings, enhancing native vegetation, timber management, harvest strategies and herd management.
Guest speakers will include Charles Ruth, S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Deer Project Supervisor; Dave Guynn, Professor of Wildlife and Forestry, Clemson University; Marion Barnes, Clemson Extension Agent; and Jay Cantrell, DNR Wildlife Biologist and Webb Center Manager.
Hunters, landowners and others interested in managing deer are invited to attend. Lunch will be provided for all participants. The workshop will be limited to 30 participants to ensure a quality experience and opportunities for discussion. The cost is: $15/person.
Anyone interested in attending must pre-register by no later than May 28.
For additional information about the Deer Management Workshop and to register for the event, contact Jay Cantrell or April Graves at DNR's Webb Wildlife Center, (803) 625-3569 or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.