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Voice of Leadership: Promoting Cultural Acceptance of Hunting

Here’s another way the NRA is working to protect hunting’s future.

Why Touting Misinformation about Hunting Is Wrong

An article in TheHill.com thwarts three of anti-hunters’ most popular claims.

The Hunting Consortium: Standing Against Hunting’s Social Media Censorship

Platforms like Facebook are policing the content of hunter-backed businesses.

Voices of Leadership: Millions of New Gun Owners, Now What to Do With Them?

Let's recruit the 8 million new gun owners added in 2020.

Bigfoot Hunting Season Legislation Introduced in Oklahoma

What a way to tap into hunters’ dollars and aid the economy.

A Pandemic-Inspired Surge in Hunting Participation? Media Reports Indicate It!

Uptick in numbers may help halt long decline in hunting.

Whatever Happened to Bullied Texas Teen Hunter Kendall Jones?

Years after enduring social media attacks, Jones thrives as a hunting industry ambassador.

Animal Rightists’ “Stupid Humans” Comment on Social Media Falls Flat

Despite what extremists post on social media, it’s thanks to “stupid humans” that wildlife thrives.

Anti-Hunters Seek to End Sportsmen’s Role in Wildlife Conservation Funding

Animal rights extremists only harm wildlife by targeting hunters as a conservation funding source.

Voice of Leadership Panel: Why Does R3 Matter?

Mentoring is rewarding and pays dividends toward wildlife conservation.

NRAHLF.org Contributor’s Article Wins National POMA Writing Award

The NRA HLF website wins Professional Outdoor Media Association honors three years in a row.

Vegan-Turned-Hunter Shares Why Hunting Ensures Conservation

Here’s why this former anti-hunter now advocates for the sustainable use of wildlife.

45 Million Hunters and Anglers Bypassing Hollywood with the Film “The Harvest”

Can it boost hunting the way 1992’s “A River Runs Through It” boosted fly fishing?

Mountain Dew Spending $100K Helping Outdoorsmen Buy Hunting and Fishing Licenses

The “Out Here It’s Dew” campaign gives $20 toward 5,000 outdoorsmen’s 2020 licenses.

Are We Telling Non-Hunters the Right Story?

When someone asks why you hunt, what do you tell them?

DOI Signals $160 Million for Wetland Conservation and Refuge Projects

Interior Secretary Bernhardt says sportsmen’s funds will aid bird species continent-wide.

Don’t Confuse the Meaning of Hunting

Misuse of the word hunting in place of poaching or market slaughter taints legal hunting.

Empty Shelves in Meat Sections Bring on Rush of New Hunters

People finally realize meat is not made at the grocery store.

How Will America Continue to Pay for Wildlife Conservation?

The conservation of our wildlife resources is a job for hunters and non-hunters alike.

Coronavirus Sparks Gun and Ammo Sales, Underscores Second Amendment

Makers of firearms and ammunition continue to ramp up production to meet escalating consumer demand.
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