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Saturday, September 28, 2013

Emerald Trappers

As if two blogs weren't enough, I have started a third blog called Emerald Trappers:

The Intro tab (which is also the blog's first post) of the Emerald Trappers blog explains the blog, which is to be the mouthpiece of a new non-profit company called Emerald Trappers, Inc. In a nutshell, the mission of Emerald Trappers is to own and use remote-controlled feral hog control equipment on private properties within a 12,000-acre project area inhabited by feral hogs. The project area includes San Felasco Hammock Preserve State Park, Millhopper Geological Preserve State Park, Turkey Creek Hammock Preserve County Park, an Alachua County Trust natural area, and a City of Gainesville natural habitat tract, plus residential, commercial, and agricultural zones.

Check out the Emerald Trappers blog if you are having feral hog problems. There is new, game-changing technology that promises to be able eradicate feral hogs if followed correctly. Hopefully, federal, state, and local governments will adopt it and restore our public natural areas. Of course, support for the new approach is up to you. Please let your local natural-area managers know which side of the feral hog equation that you are on.

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