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Mule Deer Foundation banquet promotes habitat, education


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Levi Eggerton is hoping to start the first Alaska chapter of the Mule Deer and Blacktail Foundation in Sitka. The Foundation will be holding a banquet this Saturday (5PM Sat Feb 16, Harrigan Centennial Hall, tickets $60 ea./or $85 per couple). Eggerton, along with the Sitka Conservation Society’s Scott Harris, discuss the project.

Visit the Mule Deer and Blacktail Foundation and the Sitka Conservation Society online.

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