East Grand students learn how to process a moose

DANFORTH, Maine – On Monday, Nov. 7, the East Grand School’s Outdoor Education class was the recipient of a bull moose provided by the Maine Warden Service.

The animal had been illegally shot in the Patten area and confiscated by Game Wardens. 

East Grand student Emma McIVer learns how to process moose meat during a recent school project.
(Courtesy of Dave Conley)

The students learned first hand how to process and package the meat from a moose, with each student able to take home a bag of moose meat that day to help feed their families.

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