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UNL Offers ‘Shooting in Sensitive Environments’ Workshop

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Hosted by the School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the workshop's goal is to provide intensive training in accurate shooting to improve the safety and effectiveness of shooting in non-traditional shooting locations.

| July 6, 2010

LINCOLN, Neb. -  The Shooting in Sensitive Environments Workshop is the third of a series of workshops hosted by the School of Natural Resources, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The goal is to provide intensive training in accurate shooting to improve the safety and effectiveness of shooting in non-traditional shooting locations.

Dr. Anthony DeNicola of White Buffalo Inc will be the lead instructor. He has vast experience in the effective use of firearms in wildlife damage management. Participants will experience high level training in ballistics, shot choice and placement, and overall firearm use suitable for wildlife damage management. 

The two-and-a-half-day workshop will be held in Lincoln, Nebraska, Tuesday-Thursday (August 3-5, 2010). Further details can be obtained at http://icwdm.org  or by contacting Stephen Vantassel svantassel2@unl.edu 402-472-8961.

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