NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Youth Grant Program Application Deadline
Wildlife, shooting, civic and fraternal organizations are urged to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrows Hunters program, a State Game and Fish Department grant program developed... Posted on 3/20/13 at 7:11 PM
More than 40 percent of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Hunter Education courses are held in spring, making this an opportune time for you to enroll to complete the class to ensure you can hunt when you want to hunt.
The Stutsman County Wildlife Federation, in partnership with the North Dakota Hunter Educators Association, held its annual Youth Pheasant Hunt on Oct. 28. Twenty-two youth ages 17 and under and many parents took part in the hunt. The youth were required to have hunter safety certifications and hunting licenses to participate.
The Dakota Anglers 31st annual Little Britches Derby was held on June 4 with 72 teams consisting of one adult and one child.
Plaques were awarded to the winners in each age group as well as a traveling plaque to the highest Dakota Angler member.
Kids, get your cameras rolling.
The REEL Youth Film Festival is a celebration of short films, dedicated to highlighting the creativity of youth, grades K-12. More than 50 films were entered each of our previous years.
The annual youth pheasant hunt is at noon Sunday, sponsored by the Stutsman County Wild-life Club’s North Dakota hunter educators.
The hunt is open to youth age 16 and under with a valid hunter safety class certificate.
BIRCH COULEE COUNTY PARK, RENVILLE COUNTY — Twelve-year-old Reece DeVries of Minneapolis had never hunted turkey.
Tom Ferguson of Lakeville had never played the role of guide and mentor to a young hunter.
The combination proved to be the right one last Saturday in southern Renville County.
The United Sportsman, Jamestown Chapter, will host a youth shoot May 1 at the Pipestem Dam rifle range.
The event is free and open to all boys and girls ages 17 and younger. They must be accompanied by adults.
With the onset of April, our summer calendars begin to fill with weddings, reunions, centennials and other celebrations and vacations. Before that calendar gets too full, you might want to look at a few opportunities that could help enhance future outdoor opportunities for your family — or yourself.
By Doug Leier, North Dakota Outdoors
, April 10, 2009
For at least two decades wildlife agencies have been wringing their collective hands, concerned about insufficient hunter recruitment to fill the ranks of departing hunters. It is a legitimate concern, but during the last year I have seen several editorials written by members of various environmental organizations that have nothing to do with hunting, agonizing over the common theme: “Young people aren’t taking to the out-of-doors anymore. They are preoccupied with computers, iPods, Blackberries, TV, and other high-tech devices.”
, August 29, 2008
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