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New MLD program regulations? #6025782 11/12/15 07:14 PM
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I was told by someone two days ago that new MLD rules will go into effect next year, whereby landowners will be able to enroll in the MLD program without direct biologist assistance/approval. I have not been able to confirm this in writing anywhere....has anyone else heard anything similar?

If so, do you have a source?

Re: New MLD program regulations? [Re: Eland Slayer] #6025795 11/12/15 07:24 PM
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Some changes are being discussed, nothing agreed upon or official.

Rumor started by an article in the Tyler newspaper in March.
---> Article ~ TPWD MLD


Re: New MLD program regulations? [Re: Eland Slayer] #6027131 11/13/15 02:02 PM
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I got an email a couple months back about some changes going into effect next year, but I don't recall reading anything about getting on the MLD program without a biologist's approval.

I believe most changes deal with the requirements after the harvest.

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