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Help us Feed the Deer

We reached out to Sault Ste. Marie and area citizens to Help us Save the Deer and you came through!!


 Our GoFundMe me campaign has exceeded our original expectations and is now CLOSED, and we thank everyone who has supported us and the deer. 

We will continue to supply and feed the deer over the next couple of weeks and monitor their progress as the snow conditions melt away and the deer can return to their normal natural feeding routine.


 If you would like to support the AFGC or become a member of our club please visit our Membership Page on this website for more details, or email algomafishandgame@gmail.com


VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON HOW THE DEER ARE PROGRESSING:

https://www.facebook.com/algomafishandgame/


VISIT OUR LOCAL MEDIA PAGES FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR Help us Save the Deer Campaign:

CTV NEWS:

https://northernontario.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=1643321

SOOTODAY:

https://www.sootoday.com/local-news/emergency-feeding-needed-to-stave-off-potential-deer-starvation-algoma-fish-and-game-club-1331384

SAULTONLINE:

https://saultonline.com/2019/03/local-deer-need-your-help/


Feed has been distributed to Point Louise and the Desbarats area.  Our teams of club members and volunteers load up cedar boughs from a logging yard and from the Sault and neighbouring citizen's private land and then drop them at the feeding areas.   It's an amazing sight to see so many deer.  Not all are healthy, but with our help and yours they may make it through the next few import weeks. 


Thank you to all of you who have assisted and/or made a financial contribution to Help us Feed the Deer!


All of our initiatives are volunteer driven, any excess funds than the deer need in this emergency situation, 

we will use to continue to support local conservation and/or outdoor activity access points. 

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YOU Helped us Feed the Deer

THANK YOU!

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300 bags of Rack Stacker Deer Feed have been delivered to the distribution centre in Desbarats. It's packed with nutrients to help the deer through spring, until they can feed on the nature's natural bounty.