Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) 

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Deer Management Assistance Program

Program Overview

The Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) provides technical assistance to landowners and hunting clubs to improve deer populations. Biologists work with land managers to assess habitat quality and the potential to support a healthy, well-balanced deer herd. They evaluate historic, present and future deer management efforts and meet with clubs and land managers to explain options and expected results. They also train club members to correctly collect data on harvested and observed deer.

For more information, contact the AGFC regional office nearest the private land or club land to be managed and ask about DMAP.