Congratulations to Sarah Brokopp, the first place winner of the 2022 Wisconsin NWTF State Scholarship competition. Sarah was recognized for her accomplishment and awarded a check for $1,500 from Wisconsin NWTF Board of Directors. The presentation took place at Monticello High School along with the Pecatonica Valley Turkey Trackers Chapter.
Congratulations to Emmalee Golembiewski, the second place winner of the 2022 Wisconsin NWTF State Scholarship competition. Emmalee was recognized for her accomplishment and awarded a check for $750 from Wisconsin NWTF Board of Directors. The presentation was held at the Annual NWTF Logan’s Longbeards Chapter Hunting Heritage Banquet.
Scholarship applications are reviewed based on academics, leadership, community involvement, and student essay. For more information on the Wisconsin NWTF Scholarship Program please visit the state website at nwtf-wi.org .
With generous support by the Wisconsin NWTF, the MacKenzie Center is hosting the annual Midwest Outdoor Heritage Education Expo for 4th-6th grade classrooms. Registration is required for this free event. Visit www.outdoorheritageeducationcenter.com to register and learn more.
We are actively looking for volunteers to assist the NWTF on the day of the event. Please reach out to Roger Clark at (715) 212-5978 or email@example.com.
The Wisconsin DNR will be holding Learn to Hunts in Spring 2022.
All information and forms for Learn to Hunts can be found on the Wisconsin DNR Learn to Hunt Web Page.
If you have additional questions, you can contact Wisconsin DNR Hunting R3 Coordinator, Emily Iehl: Emily.Iehl@Wisconsin.gov, 608 445 8168.
Have a safe and enjoyable hunt this spring!
Wisconsin State Chapter President Greg Shermo, Vice President Brian Dalsing, and Law Enforcement Supervisor Nathan Kroeplin presented the 2021 Wisconsin State Chapter - NWTF Wildlife Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Award to Jake Donar. Congratulations Jake!
Pictured Left to Right: Nathan Kroeplin, Jake Donar, Greg Shermo, Brian Dalsing