To have a healthy population of wildlife you need a healthy habitat. We work with private landowners in eight counties to form woodland cooperatives through our Woods & Wildlife for Today & Tomorrow program. This program helps create better habitat which helps deer and wildlife have the resources they need to survive and thrive in Central Wisconsin.
Landowners that join a cooperative will be enrolled in the Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP). This program allows landowners to collaborate with one another to receive woodland-specific consultation services from their county Wildlife Biologist and Forester.
For more information on woodland cooperative opportunities visit our Woods & Wildlife for Today & Tomorrow page.