Pennsylvanians are wild about their hunting. Hunting is a huge activity, pastime and ritual anticipated by many throughout the year, none larger than deer season each fall. We can help you to better understand this ever-expanding topic of great interest in your community. Through our Reporters’ Series, we’ll be setting our sights on the most recent and hottest discussions. Hear about Sunday hunting legislation, chronic wasting disease and new hunting laws for disabled persons. In addition, there are currently several House Bills pending including HB 451 regarding the use of dogs in big game hunting and HB 577 addressing elk hunting licenses. Deer management issues are also on the table through House Bills 1726 and 1724.
Hoping to snare more information to keep your readers fully informed? Join us Nov. 15.
Teleconference is scheduled to begin promptly at 12 noon. Cost: $10 per phone line for PNA members. $20 for non-members. To register, email Kathleen Landis or phone her at 717-703-3012.
Presenter: Carl G. Roe, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Game Commission.
This is another in a series of sessions being made available through the PNA Foundation’s Reporters’ Series. The Reporters’ Series is meant to provide an educational, non-partisan forum for in-depth exploration of important and timely policy issues impacting the Commonwealth. Through these inexpensive and convenient teleconference sessions, you can simply phone in and listen to experts explain the particulars of a policy topic or pending legislation. Straight facts that will help you better understand and cover an issue and its effect on your community and readers.