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Food Pantries benefit from deer hunters and "Hunt for the Hungry"

Local meat processors are busy preparing deer taken during the nine-day gun season including venison donated through the Hunt for the Hungry program. Hunters have the opportunity to give the deer they’ve bagged to stock local food pantries.  Lakeshore Community Action Program (CAP) and Feed and Clothe My People in Sturgeon Bay will distribute hundreds of pounds of venison to families in need.  You can donate your deer for the Hunt for the Hungry program at meat processors in Door and Kewaunee counties.  DNR Conservation Warden Chris Kratcha shares the locations you can drop off your deer for processing that will ultimately help families that utilize food pantries in the area.  

 

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