Wild pigs are becoming a growing concern for Californians leaving a large impact on some local areas. CDFW Wildlife Branch Chief Scott Gardner says “non-native species, when introduced, can become prolific and destructive over time.” That’s why the department is moving forward to hold an open virtual forum to discuss how to address and find solutions to the state’s pig population. The forum will be open to you and others interested in sharing your challenges and possible solution. The forum will be held this Thursday, September 22nd, from 9 am to 1 pm by Zoom. You can visit the Commission website fgc.ca.gov/meetings/2022
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