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Feb 28, 2015 8:41 AM

Fish and Game working on its next 10-year plan

The Associated Press

CONCORD (AP) - NH Fish and Game officials are crafting their next 10-year game management plan and are seeking input from the public.

The current plan expires at the end of this year.

The goal of the plan is to set regional population goals for moose, deer, bear and wild turkey through 2025.

The first meeting is March 17 at Nashua Community College. Subsequent meetings will be held in Claremont, Greenland, Conway and Lancaster.

A final open house will be held at Fish and Game headquarters in Concord April 22 on a revised game species plans.

Those who can't attend any of the meetings can submit written comments up until April 6 online or by mail. Email comments should be sent to wildlife@wildlife.nh.gov.


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