PLEASE CLICK TO SEE SLIDE SHOW. . . . To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.
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To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.
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Deer tracks in snow, corn scattered
deer tracks in snow, corn scattered
Deer tracks in the forest.
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Deer tracks in the forest.
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No deer tracks in the orchard area of the demonstration gardens which were still flagged. .
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No deer tracks in the orchard area of the demonstration gardens which were still flagged.
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2013 Deer Respected at Solstice Ceremony

The director of the EcoLiteracy Center where we are doing the EcoPeace Treaty research project with the deer included them in her seasonal ceremony.

To continue keeping her end of the agreement to support the deer, during a December 21st seasonal ceremony, the director asked participants to put corn on the snow at the forests’ edge for the deer.

Tracks in the snow showed where deer were moving in forested areas, but no tracks were found around the demonstration gardens or the orchard. Even when no foliage was growing, the deer were heeding the agreements of the EcoPeace Treaty.

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