DNR invites public to information meeting October 3
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Forest Service will hold a public meeting to present information on the newly established hunting tracts in Chesapeake Forest, on October 3 in Salisbury. The changes include expanding the forest’s public hunting acreage by 1,822 acres, and making 15 tracts available for leased hunting opportunities. Read more
The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has decided to open the Foster tract of the Chesapeake Forest to public hunting, after taking public input for a month. DNR also plans to move all of the 15 proposed tracts from public hunting to the leased hunting program. The Department will hold a joint Forest/Wildllife & Heritage Services informational meeting for the hunting community and similar stakeholders about this decision and to answer their questions in the near future.