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Living with Wildlife and Resolving Conflict in Ohio

The Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative Conference 2016 will be held at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center in Columbus. Join Ohio community leaders for this all-day conference focused on the role of local government in managing human-wildlife conflicts.

This year's topics:

Urban Coyote Conflict Resolution for Communities
Stan Gehrt, Ohio State University Extension 

Wildlife Conflicts – Real vs. Perceived
Jon Cepek, Cleveland Metroparks

Trapping Nuisance Wildlife
Eric Arnold, Wildlife Control Training Group  

Goose Management  
Greg Miller, City of Solon  

Deer Sterilization
Robert Rack & Laurie Briggs, Clifton Deer Sterilization Working Group  

Deer Management – Implementation and City Examples
Geoff Westerfield, Ohio Division of Wildlife

The Ohio Community Wildlife Cooperative is ia partnership beetween the Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Division of Wildlife, USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services, Great Parks of Hamilton County, Lake Erie Allegheny Partnership, City of Cleveland Mayor's Office of Sustainability and the City of Dublin.