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How Hillsdale College’s Nimrod Education Center and Wildlife Law Courses Are Preparing the Next Generation

Teaching hunting’s conservation role impacts future legislative and wildlife court decisions.

Trust the Science: U.S. House Votes to Delist the Recovered Gray Wolf

Removing wolves’ federal protections would return their management to the states.

Celebrating Tradition: NRA Members Win 2023 Lander One Shot Antelope Hunt

The unique event celebrates eight decades of camaraderie and the pioneer spirit.

Why Exposure and Interaction with Nature Is a First Step to Hunter Recruitment

Our childhood encounters with wildlife reveal our connection to all living things.

South Dakota Is Latest State to Make NRA’s Free, Online Hunter Ed Course Available

Thanks, NRA, for creating a course hunters can access 24/7 and free of charge.

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Announces Annual Gathering of Hunters at NRA Show

Get your tickets today and join hunters from across America on May 18.

Rhode Island Applauds Hunting's Role in Wildlife Conservation and Deer Management

Hunters are respectful, cost-effective stewards of the state’s wildlife resources.

The NRA and Researcher Mark Damian Duda: Teaming Up to Ensure Hunting’s Cultural Acceptance

The benefit is groundbreaking research and a book on how to talk about hunting.

NRA-Sponsored SCI Diana Award Presented to Siri Campbell-Fossel at SCI Show

She credits SCI for giving her an understanding of hunting’s role in conservation.

Hungary and Beyond: 87-Year-Old Béla Hidvégi’s Journey into Hunting and Wildlife Conservation

Here’s how one hunter continues to make a difference on conservation’s world stage.

Hunting and Cultural Acceptance: Parallels between the American and European Experience

Hunters in Belgium and Spain join us in enhancing hunting’s public support.

Hunters’ Dollars Sustain Wild Sheep into the Future at 2024 Sheep Show in Reno

True to form, hunters give with their hearts—and their checkbooks.

Wisconsin First-Time Buyers Get Hunting License Price Break

The savings is for new and lapsed hunters—residents and nonresidents alike.

Smoke and Mirrors: Newsweek Article Exposed for False Claim That Hunting Harms the Environment

A wildlife biologist touts the role of legal, regulated hunting in wildlife management.

The Federal Duck Stamp Goes Electric!

The legislation awaits the president’s signature, making it easier for hunters to go afield.

Michigan Looking to Reinstate Wolf Hunt If Species Is Delisted

The state’s Natural Resources Commission aims to control growing wolf populations.

University of Montana’s Wild Sustenance Class Offers College Credit for Learning to Hunt

With RMEF support, the program is opening doors to hunting and conservation.

Ducks and Dassies: It’s What’s for Dinner

Thank you, hunters, for feeding those less fortunate worldwide.

Wyoming Gov. Gordon Joins NRA in Proclaiming November Wild Game Meat Donation Month

Gov. Gordon touts hunters’ vital role in fighting hunger across the Cowboy State.

NRA Declares November ‘Wild Game Meat Donation Month’

The initiative applauds hunters for giving back and aiding those less fortunate.
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