JONESVILLE — Controlling the coyote population in Union County and adjacent counties will the subject a workshop conducted in Jonesville next week.
Clemson Extension, NRCS, and SCDNR will host a coyote control workshop on Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m. at Pete’s Family Restaurant on Main Street in Jonesville.
Jay Butfiloski, SCDNR, will provide basic information on coyote biology, trapping, hunting, and other management options.
Coyotes are present in every county in South Carolina and have had a significant impact on wildlife and domestic animals. Landowners, hunt club managers, farmers, and outdoor enthusiasts from Cherokee, Spartanburg, and Union Counties are encouraged to attend.
The workshop is free but please bring money for the meal catered by Pete’s Family Restaurant of Jonesville. Please RSVP to (864) 489-3141 x114 by noon Feb. 19.
Event: Coyote Control Workshop
By: Clemson Cooperative Extension, United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), South Carolina Department of Natural Resources
When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25
Where: Pete’s Family Restaurant, South Main Street, Jonesville
Cost: FREE Workshop, participant will pay for own meal. Catered by Pete’s Family Restaurant of Jonesville.
Contact: RSVP to Cherokee County Clemson Extension Office (864) 489-3131 ext. 114.
*Must RSVP by Feb. 19, 12 p.m.