DOVER, OHIO - At the June 3, 7:00 PM meeting of the East Central Ohio Forestry Association (ECOFA), Craig Hicks holds an associate’s degree in Wildlife Management and a bachelor’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Science from The Pennsylvania State University. Craig is now with the Reynoldsburg Office where he serves as a Wildlife Disease Biologist for the USDA’s National Wildlife Disease Surveillance and Emergency Response Program. He conducts disease surveillance and management activities in a number of wildlife species in Ohio. One of Craig’s primary responsibilities is coordinating feral swine disease surveillance activities throughout the state. His topic for the evening will be feral swine.
ECOFA is an organization of persons interested in improving their woodlands and in forestry-related topics. The public is cordially invited to attend the free meetings which are held monthly at the Dover Library, 525 North Walnut St. Dover, Ohio