August 28, 2012
DNR & Greenville Co. Clemson Extension Service to host Sept. 1 alligator hunting seminar
The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) & the Greenville Extension Service will conduct an alligator hunting seminar for public alligator hunt participants, hunting assistants and other interested persons. This seminar will cover such topics as alligator capture and handling techniques, rules and regulations, alligator hunting equipment, processing, and other helpful information.
The seminar is scheduled for Sept. 1st, 10 a.m. - Greenville County - University Center of Greenville Auditorium (old McAlister Square Shopping Center building) 225 S. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC 29607 (On Hwy 291 near US 276 (Laurens Rd.) near I-385) seating is limited to 85 persons.
Interested alligator hunting equipment manufacturers and retailers are invited to attend to display and demonstrate their equipment in conjunction with the seminar. DNR does not endorse any type, brand, or make of such equipment. Any vendor should plan on bringing their own tables, set-ups, or displays as dedicated space or tables may not be available. On-premises sales are restricted at certain sites and vendor space may be limited or restricted to outside, so all interested vendors should first check and pre-register with DNR at (803) 734-3886.
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