There will be several interesting questions up for a vote at this spring’s annual Conservation Congress meetings. The meetings all around the state will be held April 10th, and those in attendance will vote yes or no to proposals such as– to establish a new bear hunting zone south of Hiway 10, to allow county deer advisory councils to bring back earn-a-buck, and a 16-day firearms season for deer, to allow the hunting of sandhill cranes, and many more. Results of the statewide vote will be presented to the Natural Resources Board in May. In Waupaca County, voters will also elect two delegates to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress. The Waupaca County meeting on April 10th will be held at Waupaca High School. Other area county’s meeting locations include, for Portage County– the Ben Franklin Junior High School in Stevens Point; Waushara County–the county courthouse; Shawano County– Shawano Middle School; and Winnebago County– at the Stanley-Webster Middle School in Oshkosh. Again those meetings start at 7 pm.