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Survey Will Help Guide Hunter Access Program
« on: December 09, 2007, 07:12:23 PM »
The National Wild Turkey Federation is surveying sportsmen nationwide to find out how it can help protect access to hunting lands.

Take the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) More Places to Hunt survey (http://www.zoomerang.com/recipient/survey-intro.zgi?p=WEB2277H5ZRVBC) today. Your participation will allow NWTF to understand what issues and concerns exist when it comes to finding a favorite hunting spot. This information will help as it develops projects for its new More Places to Hunt program.

Studies by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) show that many hunters give up the sport because they cannot find quality hunting grounds. The NWTF instituted the More Places to Hunt program to curtail the trend, which has a ripple effect throughout the conservation community.

“The USSA shares a concern that hampered hunter access will result in the continued slide of hunter numbers,” said Rob Sexton, USSA vice president for government affairs. “We have partnered with NWTF and NSSF on the Families Afield program (http://www.ussportsmen.org/Read1.cfm?ID=1970&programdocs=AH) to enhance the recruitment of young hunters and will also support the effort to better manage hunter access."

Information courtesy of US Sportsmens Alliance www.ussportsmen.org

For more information about how you can protect your rights as a sportsman, contact The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance, 801 Kingsmill Parkway, Columbus, OH 43229. Phone (614) 888-4868. E-Mail us at info@USSPORTSMEN.org
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