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January 2, 2003

Albany-- Landowners who want to learn how to better manage their wildlife resources will have a new program starting next Month. The Dougherty County extension service will host the 2003 Master Wildlife Program.

Biologists from Clemson University will teach the series on wildlife management. Landowners, farmers, hunters, and others interested in building Southern wildlife habitat are invited to attend.

Dougherty County Extension agent Lenny Wells said the program will give "An idea of things they can do to better their land, in the order of food plots and different management, that they can use to maximize their land for wildlife."

The Master Wildlife Program will begin February 4th and continue each Tuesday night until March 18th. The series will begin at 7:00 at the Extension Office on Pine Avenue.

The cost for the Master Wildlife Program is $50.00.

posted at 3:36 by jimw@walb.com

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