The National Deer Association (NDA) January Beer and Deer Webinar will feature Mark Turner, with University of Tennessee. Supporters can tune in today, January 12 at 7:00 p.m. EST for this month’s episode – Quality Matters: Forage Nutrition for Deer. To register for this, and other NDA Beer & Deer webinars, please visit the Beer & Deer webpage at DeerAssociation.com.
“We are really excited to have Mark join us for this month’s episode of Beer and Deer, knowing he has a lot to offer on the topics at hand,” said NDA President and CEO, Nick Pinizzotto. “This episode will be packed full of valuable information for our listeners, and we look forward to having everyone join us.”
Turner is currently a Graduate Research Assistant with the University of Tennessee Forestry, Wildlife and Fisheries department. He has extensive experience working with other researchers on a variety of studies and publications involving wildlife and habitats.
Join NDA the second Wednesday of every month to sit in with NDA’s staff and guests as they cover a topic related to deer hunting, habitat management, or the latest in deer research. Additionally, each episode includes a message from Nick Pinizzotto where he discusses everything from behind-the-scenes business at NDA, to important updates in grassroots conservation, advocacy and hunter recruitment efforts.
To catch up or watch previous episodes, please visit the Beer & Deer playlist on NDA’s YouTube channel.
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About the National Deer Association
Formally launched on November 10, 2020, the National Deer Association is a non-profit deer conservation group that leads efforts to ensure the future of wild deer, wildlife habitat and hunting. Formed by combining the strengths of two long-serving, successful organizations, the National Deer Association has a combined 38 years of action that has changed deer management for the betterment of hunting and protected North America’s most vital and admired game species for future generations. Visit DeerAssociation.com or follow @deerassociation on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.