QDM Comes to Canada and Providence Farm
By Rod Cumberland
When I became the deer management biologist for the Canadian province of New Brunswick in 1997, one of the first books I read was Quality Whitetails: The Why and How of Quality Deer Management – a book I still refer to regularly. Because half of our province is public land and increasingly managed primarily for timber products, I could see that the future of deer management in our neck of the woods would depend upon hunters and landowners embracing deer management on a smaller scale on private property. But without a grassroots movement and examples of success provided by individual property owners, I doubted QDM would ever get far in New Brunswick.
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