It’s been a few months since our last International Conference. If you would still like to view the recorded talks, please let us know; they have been archived but are still available upon request. At the Conference, discussions regarding NWPTF Board Positions centered on garnering nominees for the following positions:
(2) At Large Reps
The by-laws of the NWPTF state that at least two candidates will be considered as nominees for each open position. Thus far, we have not garnered enough nominees to hold elections and are still seeing people to serve in this capacity. As the National Wild Pig Task Force enters back into in-person meetings and conferences, a full slate of Board Members is critical to charting the Task Force’s future.
If you would like to nominate someone, including yourself, please visit the following link NWPTF ELECTIONS or let Jessica Tegt know by April 15, 2023 (Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org). The slate of nominees will be discussed at the Annual Meeting. Elections will be announced and open immediately following the meeting contingent on adequate nominees.
For the first time since 2019, the National Wild Pig Task Force will meet face-to-face. The meeting on Thursday, April 20th will be held at the Eccles Conference Center in Logan, Utah at the conclusion of the 20th Wildlife Damage Management Conference. Registration is free and lunch will be served. To reserve your spot, visit: NWPTF ANNUAL MEETING
To Register for the 20th Wildlife Damage Management Conference or reserve lodging for the NWPTF Meeting, visit: WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
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- International Wild Pig Conference
- Landowner’s Guide for Wild Pig Management
- Managing Wild Pigs: A Technical Guide
- How to Videos on Wild Pig Management
- eXtension Feral Hog
- Mississippi State University Extension Wild Pig Info
- Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Coping with Feral
- Warfarin Literature Search