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July 23
FNR study has officials considering deer hunting

deer photo, Prof. Mike Jenkins research on forest restoration, 
Eagle Creek, Indiana​Mike Jenkins, associate professor of forest ecology in Forestry and Natural Resources at Purdue, recently shared his research showing that 17 years of hunting in Indiana's state parks has allowed plant vegetation in deer damaged forests to recover. The city of Indianapolis is now contemplating deer reduction in Eagle Creek Park to allow recovery of forest vegetation. View full article, IndyStar, Officials consider deer hunting in Eagle Creek Park.

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