Madison (WQOW) - Wisconsin's 'deer czar' takes to the road to hear what hunters think of deer management practices.
James Kroll was hired by the state to conduct an independent and scientific review of the DNR's deer management efforts. His preliminary report was highly critical of the DNR. Kroll and the state conservation congress are holding six 'town hall meetings' this week to hear ideas and solutions from the public. The first is Monday night in Appleton.
Another will be held Wednesday evening at the Hayward intermediate school. That will be followed by a town hall meeting Thursday night at the Black River Falls Middle School. Kroll's final report is due at the end of June.
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