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My Journey Into Hunting

The author credits hunting with instilling a sense of pride and enhancing family ties.

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.

Wisconsin First-Time Buyers Get Hunting License Price Break

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

Trinity Oaks Gets Kids and Combat-Injured Veterans Outdoors

Opening doors to the great outdoors is founder Tom Snyder’s goal.

New Study Sheds Light on Women’s Participation in Hunting and Shooting

Understanding what women want is key to retaining their participation.

In It to Win It: NRA Creates New Hunting Mentors with $120,000 First Hunt Foundation Grant

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum funding amplifies the FHF’s impact and reach.

Voice of Leadership: 8 Pointers for Choosing a First Rifle

Eye dominance, caliber, proper fit and budget are all factors in rifle selection.

Oregon Hunters and Wildlife Managers Face Devastating Ballot Initiative on Nov. 8

For starters, it would require government permission to exercise firearm rights.

Let’s Talk Hunter Safety

Hunters’ “safety first” mentality keeps hunting one of America’s safest sports.

NRA Hunters’ Leadership Forum Donates $50,000 to First Hunt Foundation’s Mentoring Program

Thanks, NRA, for helping more kids to enjoy the hunter’s way of life.

Ideal Hunts for America’s Millions of New Hunters

For a mentor, hooking newcomers starts with providing a good first experience.

Voice of Leadership: Recognizing the Hunting Community’s “Meta” Problem

If used correctly, social media can promote the positive story of hunting.

Voice of Leadership: Sidestepping Stereotypes and Propelling Outdoor Diversity

Less talk and more action is what will broaden our outdoor ranks.

Voice of Leadership: Understanding the New Hunter Experience

How long could you have continued to hunt without ongoing mentoring?

First Hunt Foundation Mentoring Increasing Number of New Hunters

Read on for details on next week’s Wyoming Commissioner’s tag auction.

Little Things Mean a Lot

Your smallest gesture may be what piques someone’s interest in hunting.

Passing It On to Daddy’s Little Girl

Through the gift of engagement, a precocious 6-year-old sets sights on hunting.

East Coast, Multi-Game “Safaris” Offer Big Bang for the Buck

If COVID-19 put your safari plans on hold, head for the East Coast.

“Pass It On!” Introduces Youths to Traditional Outdoor Pursuits

Dedicated mentors help kids to experience hunting and the outdoor life.

Saving Hunting by Promoting the Big Picture

Sharing why we hunt aids the R3 movement and fosters cultural acceptance of hunting.
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