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Online Registration for Feral Hog Management Program

Thurday August 25, 2022

From 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Guadalupe County AgriLife Extension Office

Feral hogs have been a known issue in the Geronimo and Alligator Creeks watershed. Along with harmful effects on native ecosystems and agriculture, feral hogs are detrimental for the water quality in Geronimo and Alligator Creeks. Join us for a free workshop to discuss the impacts of feral hog activity on watersheds and approaches to control the population of these invasive wildlife species. The meeting will include classroom presentations and outdoor demonstrations of trapping systems.

1 general CEU will be available.

Pre-registration is required.

*Name and phone numbers are requited so that we can effectively provide you with information about the program. All contact information provided by you will be kept private and will not be shared or used for purposes other than this program.

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