With duck season winding down, its time to start thinking about those spring gobblers and paper mouth crappie!
The NWTF needs you!!
We need committee members all across the state, but have a crucial need for motivated individuals in Mountain Home, Cherokee Village, Pine Bluff, West Memphis, and Searcy!!
New Chapters are forming in Helena, Monticello, Lonoke County, and Newport!
Come one come all to support a great cause!
Hunting and habitat go hand-in-hand. We can't have quality hunting without quality wildlife habitat. And the past has proven we won't have sustainable wildlife habitat unless hunters are involved. Hunters pay for 80 percent of the budgets for state wildlife agencies, which drive the research and work to restore essential habitat for game and nongame species.
We could sit idle and watch fields go fallow and our hunting rights crumble, or we can begin saving our lifestyle now.
The NWTF isn't going to let it happen on our watch. That's why we launched the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative. It's an aggressive charge that mobilizes science, fundraising and our devoted volunteers not only to keep the NWTF alive but also to give it more purpose than ever.
We're committed to raising $1.2 billion to conserve and enhance more than 4 million acres of essential upland wildlife habitat, create at least 1.5 million new hunters and open access to 500,000 new acres for hunting, shooting and outdoor enjoyment.
It's an effort we must all stand behind to accomplish. Its success depends equally on unity and urgency. We must work together and we must do it now if we want to even begin to counteract the challenges to our lifestyle.
Your support is critical. Join the NWTF today, contact me to see how you can get involved and help make a real difference!!
Contact Chris McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (870) 256-5059