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In 2011, Gov. Walker's administration hired Dr. James C. Kroll, the world's foremost expert in modern deer herd management, to provide an independent, objective, and scientifically based review of Wisconsin's deer management practices. He reported his initial findings in March 2012 and held hearings around the state in April 2012. / Submitted photo

Meeting schedule

Mon, April 16
7-10 pm
Appleton North High School - Auditorium/Theater
5000 N. Ballard Rd., Appleton WI 54913

Tues, April 17
7-10 pm
Rhinelander High School - Auditorium
665 Coolidge Avenue, Rhinelander, WI 54501

Weds, April 18
7-10 pm
Hayward Intermediate School - Gymnasium
15930 W. 5ht Street, Hayward, WI 54843

Thurs, April 19
Black River Falls Middle School - Lunda Theater
1202 Pierce Street, Black River Falls, WI 54615

Fri, April 20
7-10 pm
Mount Horeb High School - Auditorium
305 S. 8th Street, Mount Horeb, WI 53572

Sat, April 21
10am - 1 pm
Tommy G. Thompson Youth Center, Wisconsin State Fair Park
640 South 84th Street, West Allis, WI 53214


James Kroll's preliminary report as the state's Deer Trustee was released in March.

Read the interim report of findings by the Wisconsin white-tailed deer trustee and review committee here.

If you can't attend one of the town hall meetings, listed below, watch them online.

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