The Michigan DNR is accepting applications for U.P. Deer Habitat Improvement Partnership grants.
These are grants between $2,000 and $15,000 for the purpose of directly improving deer habitats.
The DNR has a total of $100,000 to distribute.
This money comes from a portion of the revenue collected from deer hunting licenses.
The program’s administrator, Bill Scullon, said $100,000 actually isn’t a lot.