If you read our recent blog, you know that we recently attended The Great America Outdoor Show with more than 400 outdoor industry product owners and nonprofits. In this blog, we highlight the top 5 hunting nonprofit organizations and their mission.
Sportsman’s Alliance was formed to protect hunters against lawsuits. Through the Sportsmen’s Legal Defense Fund the Sportsman’s Alliance protects public hunting land and the rights of hunters. Also, the Sportsman’s Alliance supports youth hunter education through their program called Trailblazer Adventure Program. This program has introduced 1.9million youth hunters since 2001.
Ducks Unlimited operates across North America. Since 1937, Ducks Unlimited preserved around 15 million acres of waterfowl habitat. DU focuses its efforts on habitats that are most beneficial to waterfowlers. Ducks Unlimited offers an interactive map to find its locations of operations, acres of conservation, and amount spent to date on projects. In fact, you can check out the interactive map here.
National Wild Turkey Federation focuses on wild turkey populations and quality wildlife habitats for turkeys. Since starting in 1973, the turkey population in North America increased from 1.3 million to 7 million. In addition, National Wild Turkey Federation credits this increase to its volunteers, professional staff, and committed partners. If you want to get involved in the National Wild Turkey Federation check out their partner page here.
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation provides support for wildlife management, research, and issues. The continued improvement of America’s hunting heritage is RMEF’s main mission. RMEF supplies hunters with information about changing laws and regulations. All members gain access to RME exclusive products and information.
National Deer Association (NDA) was founded in 1988. NDA’s primary goal is to conserve the most hunted game animal in North America, the deer. The NDA leads deer conservation by promoting sustainable deer habitats. Through the help of volunteers and sponsors, the National Deer Association continues to improve local deer populations. In conclusion, find out more about their mission and history here.
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