Golden Doe Unit Work Project (WA)
WHEN
July 14
Starting at 8am
WHERE
Hanks Harvest Foods
Twisp, WA

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Golden Doe Unit Work Project (WA)

FENCE REMOVAL WORK PARTY IN METHOW WILDLIFE AREA

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Grab your leather gloves and help the Washington chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife remove barbed wire fencing along the Golden Doe Unit in Okanogan County, Saturday, July 14.

The Methow has the largest migratory mule deer population in the state. As human development increases on the surrounding private property; the importance of improving and protecting these low-elevation winter habitats on public lands also grows.

Afterwards, we'll celebrate our hard work by firing up the grill and share a few adult beverages provided by Old Schoolhouse Brewery.

 

We'll meet at Hanks Harvest Foods, 412 E Methow Valley Hwy, Twisp, WA at 8am.


Please bring:

  • Leather gloves
  • Boots
  • Work clothes
  • Meat to throw on the grill afterwards

 

WHEN
July 14, 2018 at 8am - 12pm
WHERE
Hanks Harvest Foods
412 E Methow Valley Hwy
Twisp, WA 98856
United States
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Carmen Vanbianchi ·
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Justin Vaughan

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