Earn-a-Buck on Conservation Congress agenda


Tonight is the annual Conservation Congress meeting, where participants get to voice their opinions on outdoors issues that can be acted on by the Department of Natural Resources, the Natural Resources Board and the state legislature.

The Earn-a-Buck deer hunting rule will be on the agenda along with 90 other issues up for an advisory vote. Two members of the Kenosha County delegation to the Congress will be elected as well.

The local Conservation Congress meting will be at 7 p.m., at Bristol Grade School, 20121 83rd St. Similar meetings are being held in all 72 Wisconsin counties.

The current Kenosha County Conservation Congress delegation is: Dave Lois, Salem; Todd Kapp, Trevor; Ken Thorpe, Kenosha; Mike LaRose, Trevor; and Eugene Altweiss, Randall.

USDA photo by Scott Bauer (public domain)

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