Wrapped in graphics promoting its purpose, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s mobile walk-in cooler can be delivered to hunt sites and serve as a drop-off station for hunters to donate deer. Deer are transported to a processor, and the venison is ground, packaged and donated to nonprofits that feed people in need.
Wrapped in graphics promoting its purpose, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s mobile walk-in cooler can be delivered to hunt sites and serve as a drop-off station for hunters to donate deer. Deer are transported to a processor, and the venison is ground, packaged and donated to nonprofits that feed people in need. Photo courtesy of the N.C. Wildlife Federation
Wrapped in graphics promoting its purpose, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s mobile walk-in cooler can be delivered to hunt sites and serve as a drop-off station for hunters to donate deer. Deer are transported to a processor, and the venison is ground, packaged and donated to nonprofits that feed people in need. Photo courtesy of the N.C. Wildlife Federation

Group needs donations of deer

November 25, 2015 12:00 PM

UPDATED November 29, 2015 09:40 AM

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