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Contact information
For information on DMAP implementation, contact:
Adam Murkowski
Wildlife Biologist
Bureau of Wildlife Management

Deer trustee report implementationDeer Management Assistance Program Action Team

The Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) [PDF] action team will look at the programs that other states have implemented. They will evaluate the goals, objectives, requirements and program offerings. From there, the action team will develop a plan that best fits the needs of Wisconsin's deer herd. The goals of the DMAP action team will be to review the programmatic offerings nationwide and assist the department in identifying the specific functions of DMAP in Wisconsin.

Submitted proposals

  1. Establish DMAP antlerless permit system [PDF]
  2. DMAP proposal [PDF]
  3. Annual DMAP workshop, annual report [PDF]
  4. Implement a DMAP [PDF]
  5. DMAP cooperators receive annual report [PDF]
  6. Expand public education/outreach efforts [PDF]
  7. Project results should be extended to public [PDF]
  8. Addition of Deer Management Assistance Coordinator [PDF]

Action Team information

Meeting date Meeting material Presentation material Additional resources
March 9
April 6
April 27
May 18
June 8
June 29
July 20
Last revised: Friday March 27 2015