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University of Nebraska-Lincoln to Host Goose Management Workshop

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The goal is to provide practical real-world training to individuals and organizations interested in learning about all aspects of goose damage management.

| March 3, 2010

The Goose Damage Management Workshop is the second of a series of workshops hosted by the School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The goal is to provide practical real-world training to individuals and organizations interested in learning about all aspects of goose damage management. Workshop participants will be certified by the National Wildlife Control Operators Association, whose training is accepted by Indiana and Connecticut Wildlife Departments.

The workshop will be held in Lincoln, Neb, June 29-July 1. Further details can be obtained at http://icwdm.org  or by contacting Stephen Vantassel svantassel2@unl.edu 402/472-8961.

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