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Hunting and safety is topic of upcoming 'Listen and Learn' in Alexandria

Mitch Lawler, conservation officer for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, will share information regarding the major DNR hunting seasons that are currently underway and upcoming for fall of 2022.

Mitch Lawler
Annual meeting, training, awards at Camp Ripley 01/17/18; Conservation Officer Mitch Lawler
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Curious about the rules, laws and regulations of hunting in Minnesota?

A one-hour, informative, virtual "Listen and Learn" event on Thursday, Oct. 27 from 11 a.m. to noon.

Mitch Lawler, conservation officer for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, will share information regarding the major DNR hunting seasons that are currently underway and upcoming for fall of 2022. Lawler will largely focus on the safety and common rule questions surrounding hunting.

The event is open to everyone and is free of charge. Register by visiting the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce website at alexandriamn.org and look for the registration link on the main page.

Listen and Learn is a one-hour informative virtual event hosted by the Alexandria Chamber. These sessions offer information, education, support and resources on topics that impact the community and its diverse business and organizational partners. For more information, call the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce at 320-763-3161 or email info@alexandriamn.org.

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