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Where Science Meets Policy
Tue November 5, 2013
Seeing the Forest for the Deer
This month, the informal conversation series Science on Tap takes on the controversial subject of deer management. Don Waller and Tim Van Deelen will talk about deer from the perspective of forest health.
WXPR’s Natalie Jablonski spoke to Don Waller on the phone. He’s a researcher at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Department of Botany.
Waller will be joined by wildlife ecologist Tim Van Deelen at Science on Tap…Wednesday night at the Minocqua Brewing Company.
Searching for Sustainability
Deer Trustee Public Hearing
Began in 2006
Conflict Over Local Control
Science in the Northwoods
Bringing a Global Perspective to the Northwoods