DNR hosts CWD media briefing today at 10:30 a.m.

Briefing will be available to media online
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will hold a media briefing on steps the agency is taking to control and deal with chronic wasting disease among white-tailed deer in Wisconsin.
Who: Todd Ambs, Deputy DNR Secretary
Larry Bonde, Chairman, Wisconsin Conservation Congress
Greg Kazmierski, member Wisconsin Natural Resources Board
Tami Ryan, acting director of the DNR Bureau of Wildlife Management
What: The briefing will include recommendations from the Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Natural Resources Board to the DNR to roll out plans for 2019 and beyond. We are unified in our interests in responding to and managing CWD and working on this together in collaboration and partnership.
The DNR will provide updated information on CWD plans for the 2019 hunting seasons including enhanced disease surveillance, efforts to make it easier for hunters to submit samples and dispose of deer carcasses and updated baiting and feeding regulations.
When: Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019 at 10:30 a.m.
Where: State Natural Resources Building
101 S. Webster St., Madison, Room G27
Reporters should check in at the ground floor front desk.
Media availability: Speakers will be available for questions following the briefing.
Media interested in attending should email [email protected]
Online media availability Media who are unable to attend the briefing in person can view the live or archived media briefing through this link, dnrmedia.wi.gov/main/Play/e0cb3ec9d8c74e03bcf91156668eba4a1d.

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