Hides For Habitat

Hunters’ unwanted deer hides are helping create new habitat for future generations of game.
When the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association started the “Hides for Habitat” project in 1985, the plan was simple — give hunters a place to drop their unwanted deer hides. MDHA members placed bright orange bins throughout the state to give hunters a place to drop their deer hides, which would then be turned into a way to make money for the benefit of wildlife habitat.
Josh Salisbury, MDHA marketing coordinator, said the Hides for Habitat project is a “full recycle program” in that hides collected in the bins are sold to hide buyers, who then turn them into various items such as deer hidBy Laura DeKok
 
Hunters’ unwanted deer hides are helping create new habitat for future generations of game.
When the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association started the “Hides for Habitat” project in 1985, the plan was simple — give hunters a place to drop their unwanted deer hides. MDHA members placed bright orange bins throughout the state to give hunters a place to drop their deer hides, which would then be turned into a way to make money for the benefit of wildlife habitat.

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