Wisconsin wildlife officials hope the hunting tradition can get new life from the local food movement.
The Learn to Hunt for Food program aims to capitalize on the increasing demand for local, sustainable food and hopes to educate people who are interested in hunting as a food source, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.
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If you haven’t done so already, please make your plans now to attend our 2018 NWTF-Wisconsin State Convention and Awards Banquet on Saturday January 27, 2018 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point. The early registration incentive is January 15th. Chance to win a Yeti 65 Qt. Tundra!
PLUS… Everyone who registers for the convention are eligible to win a Browning Model A5 Mo Infinity Camo 12 gauge Shotgun!
Tickets can be easily purchased by going online to events.nwtf.org/491560-2018/tickets or click [HERE] to go to the National site to register.
If you are planning to attend, please make every effort to sign up ASAP…the convention planning committee would greatly appreciate it if you do!!!
Follow the link below to read an excellent article by a student who attended Madison Hunt for Food courses. It's especially interesting--and relevant--because it shows just how this new crop of hunters gets onboard with the conservation tradition--through food and concern for the environment.
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Mentors are needed for these Hunt for Food events:
Come and see what all the buzz is about! Contact John Motoviloff for details."
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“But love of the wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyond reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only home we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need – if only we had eyes to see.” – Edward Abbey