By MARY ESCH – Associated Press 7/4/17 ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — A rare herd of ghostly white deer kept mostly from public view for decades is no longer off-limits.The herd at a former World War II Army weapons depot in upstate New York will be available for public viewing through bus tours slated to begin … More Rare white deer herd open to public view beginning this fall
White Deer Tours planned for Fall 2017 Seneca Falls, NY July 3, 2017 – Deer Haven Park, LLC, has a grand vision for the future. It consists of several facets to be realized in stages, the first of which includes a full-scale, year-round program of bus tours. Deer Have Park LLC is pleased to announce … More Deer Haven Park teams up with Seneca White Deer to offer white deer tours.
More crops will be planted this month at former Seneca Army Depot Seneca Falls, NY April 19, 2017 – Deer Haven Park, LLC, future owner of approximately 7,000 acres of the former Seneca Army Depot, this week released 300 brook trout and brown trout into waterways throughout the Depot property. Earl Martin, owner of Deer … More Deer Haven Park Releases 300 Trout, Seeds 70 Acres
By DAVID L. SHAW firstname.lastname@example.org Fingerlakes Times – fltimes.com Romulus, NY February 10, 2017 – Most of the 20 people speaking at a Thursday public hearing supported a short term Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) agreement between the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency and prospective Seneca Army Depot owner Earl Martin. The IDA Board … More THUMBS UP FOR PILOT: Most in favor at IDA hearing on depot deal
By DAVID L. SHAW email@example.com Fingerlakes Times – fltimes.com Waterloo, NY February 7, 2017 – Dennis Money has thrown his support behind Earl Martin’s plan to acquire 7,000 acres of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus and Varick. In a statement issued Monday, the Seneca White Deer Inc. president also expressed his satisfaction with … More Seneca White Deer president voices support for depot plan
Can the white deer survive if left on their own until ownership of the property changes hands? Romulus, NY, Friday, February 2, 2017 – The glorious white deer of Seneca County were once a thriving herd. In 1969 there were an estimated 220 white deer within the confines of the 24 mile long perimeter fence … More Is there a Future for Seneca's White Deer?
Keith Tidball to aide Martin, Seneca County IDA with conservation efforts Waterloo, NY, Wednesday, August 24, 2016 – Deer Haven Park, LLC today announced that it has partnered with Keith Tidball, Ph.D. who has nearly 20 years of experience in natural resources management, land use planning and social-ecological research. In this role, Tidball will assist … More Future Seneca Army Depot Owner Welcomes Ecologist to Team
New entity developed for white deer preservation and wildlife management Waterloo, NY, Monday, August 1, 2016 – The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) today announced Earl Martin’s plan for the creation of Deer Haven Park, LLC. Martin, the future Seneca Army Depot property owner, developed the new entity under the parent company Seneca Iron … More Future Seneca Army Depot Owner Unveils Deer Haven Park, LLC
Earl Martin takes first steps to support white deer population Waterloo, NY, Wednesday, June 29, 2016 – The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) today announce future Seneca Army Depot owner Earl Martin’s initial steps to support the Depot’s rare white deer population. Martin last week planted soybeans to enhance the food supply for the … More Future Seneca Army Depot Owner Enhances Food Supply for White Deer
Earl Martin’s proposal selected for economic, environmental and financial viability Waterloo, NY, Thursday, June 16, 2016 – The Seneca County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) today announced its selection of business owner Earl Martin as the winning bidder for the approximately 7,000 remaining acres of the former Seneca Army Depot. The IDA voted to select Martin … More IDA Selects Winning Bid for Former Seneca Army Depot