How to Organize a QDM Cooperative
A guide to organizing a Quality Deer Management (QDM) Cooperative featuring QDMA's Director of Education and Outreach Kip Adams.
A QDM Cooperative is a group of landowners and hunters working together to improve the quality of the deer herd and hunting experiences on their collective acreage. Cooperatives vary in size, number of participants, and structure depending on the needs and objectives of members. A primary benefit of cooperatives is that they enable hunters with small landholdings to participate in QDM. Cooperatives are voluntary and do not entitle neighboring hunters access to your property or diminish the landowner’s control. They are simply collections of landowners and hunters who agree to abide by similar deer management guidelines over a larger area.
on September 28, 2012