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Hey there, the Superior Junior Rifle Team is looking for Junior target shooters for the coming season, we've been around forever but the numbers are down this year. We're wondering if you could get word out to your members that we're looking for youth ages 10-21 for firearms education and competitive target shooting. We've made a ton of changes at the UWS Old Main range, it's actually a decent place to shoot now.

Coming Events

April 4, 2023

DNR/WCC Open House

Northwestern Middle School Cafeteria

10523 E. US Hwy 2, Maple, WI 54864

Fisheries Management, Wildlife Management, Conservation, Local Issues and more will be topics

Free and Open to the Public

The Wisconsin Conservation Congress (WCC) and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) invite the public to attend an open house to learn about resource management in their area.

Location details for each county open house are available on the WCC/DNR Open Houses webpage.

DNR staff and WCC delegates will be on hand at these open houses to discuss local issues of importance, answer questions from the public, and open a dialogue between the public, the DNR and the WCC about areas of interest and concern.  

The WCC will also hold their delegates' elections at each open house. Two of the five WCC seats will be up for election in each county.

The open houses precede the annual WCC/DNR Spring Hearings. In addition to the opportunity to engage with DNR staff and WCC delegates at these open houses, the public is also invited to participate in the annual spring hearings the following week that focus on natural resource-related advisory questions and proposed rule changes.

The Spring Hearings will again be held in a virtual format, as has been done since 2020. This year’s online questionnaire will be open for input from April 10 at noon through April 13 at noon via the Wisconsin Conservation Congress Spring Hearing webpage.

The Wisconsin Conservation Congress is the only statutory body in the state where the public elects delegates to advise the Natural Resources Board and the DNR on responsibly managing Wisconsin's natural resources for present and future generations. The Congress accomplishes this through open, impartial, broad-ranged actions. Learn more about the WCC and how to become involved in resource management decisions on the Wisconsin Conservation webpage.

For details call: Tom Johnson at - 218-591-9158

or Arby Humphrey at 715-815-1032

April 10 at noon through April 13 at noon, 2023

Online The Wisconsin Conservation Congress and Department of Natural Resources will offer their annual opportunity for the public to provide input on a variety of natural resource related questions and proposed rule changes beginning on April 10, 2023, at noon input will go live.

The public will be able to provide input on the following:

Wildlife and Fisheries Management Proposed Rule Changes

Wisconsin Conservation Congress Advisory Questions

For information call:

Arby Humphrey - (715) 815-1032 or Tom Johnson - (218) 591-9158


April 26, 2023

Wisconsin Conservation Congress

Douglas County Deer Advisory Council

at the Amnicon Town Hall

8985 E U.S. Highway 2 South Range, WI 54874

6:00 pm

Each county in Wisconsin has a County Deer Advisory Council (CDAC) to provide input and recommendations to the department on deer management within their county. Councils work with local department staff to schedule meetings, provide community outreach and an opportunity for public input, review population data and deer impacts on forests and agriculture, develop three-year recommendations on county population objectives and create annual antlerless harvest quotas.

The 2023 Antlerless recommendation will be discussed and set.

Free and open to the public

For information call:

Arby Humphrey - (715) 815-1032 or Tom Johnson - (218) 591-9158

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