Before commenting on the specifics of the White-tailed Deer Population Objective and Harvest Management Guidelines, OFA observes that there is only one Ontario landscape, which means that the complete range of activities and land uses found across Ontario; natural heritage, agricultural, rural, urban, etc. must share that landscape. Inherent in this concept is acknowledgement that Ontario’s agricultural areas provide us not only with high quality, safe, affordable food, fibre and fuel, but also provide a broad range of environmental and ecological goods and services that benefit all Ontarians.
Submissions & Correspondence
OFA submission regarding the White-tailed Deer Population Objective and Harvest Management Guidelines
Updated: July 29, 2019