Moose habitat help appreciated

We wish to express our deepest gratitude to the volunteers and organizations, Kenai Chapter of Safari Club International and the Alaska Moose Federation in making our moose habitat conservation project possible. Through our efforts, we hope to encourage Peninsula residents and business to cut over browsed plants, providing additional food for moose in harsh winters. A special thank-you Dr. Jerry Hu for allowing us to cut on his property, because of Dr. Hu's cooperation, his highly visible in town lot clearly demonstrates how you can make a difference. Plant regeneration is the key to healthy moose habitat. Peninsula residents crank-up your chainsaws, let's grow moose!


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