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With all this talk and my new found interest in food plots, along with my wanting to only take mature deer I jointed the QDMA. Its only been here in NH for 4 years. There are only a handful of guys involved right now. With any luck and with work maybe they/we can shine a new light on deer management here in NH. I know that Kipp Adams is a big wheel in the QDMA and he ran our deer program for a number of years and started a lot of the changes to the laws in deer hunting here. At first I was resistant to the changes but now I think there were put in place to improve the deer herd and that means in the long term the deer hunting. I'm looking forward to working with landowners to try to improve the habitat for the deer. Oh and yes it is somewhat self-serving but in the big picture will benefit the deer. Any of you guys involved with the QDMA? Some of the posts on here have asked about smaller properties and they, the QDMA, have been working with smaller property owners in Ohio, SC, and other states to make improvements by way of coops.