TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – A wonderful opportunity is returning to Northern Michigan for disabled hunters and veterans.

The Little Traverse Conservancy of Harbor Springs is once again supporting an annual hunting trip for disabled hunters and veterans by providing private lands for them to hunt deer.

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From Oct. 13-16, hunters will each be paired with a guide for a one-on-one hunting experience.

The firearm hunting season starts November 15th, but this one weekend is set aside for only these hunters and guides, and are able to do so only because the hunting is on private land.

State law limits each hunter to one deer, which will be butchered and prepped for the hunter to take the meat home.