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Guys,
It looks like the Virginia Waterfowlers' Association is starting to get cranked up again. I had heard they are under new management. They are having a Swap Meet at Greentop's Sporting Goods on 4/2/05.

Check out their website: www.VAWFA.org **CLICK on Events**

I plan on going to the swap meet, how about you guys?

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State Waterfowl Assns are great for local projects and such. Every hunter should also be a member of their state waterfowl Assn if they have one where they live. :thumbsup:
 

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The Virginia Waterfowlers' Association is a great bunch of people. They are all volunteers org. No member receives any compensation for the work that they do. The VAWFA is always looking for worthy projects, and always welcome their members participation at all events. The VAWFA has worked with the VADGIF on several projects including goose bandings, habitat restoration, and youth hunts. If you are interested in learning more about the organization, please contact the VAWFA : www.vawfa.org.
The VAWFA encourages members to be proactive in other conservation organizations as well. Most of the members of the VAWFA be belong to DU & Delta.

MISSION STATEMENT:

The Virginia Waterfowlers' Association,
"Preserving our hunting heritage, protecting waterfowl, involving itself in
contemporary issues, passing on a legacy of responsibilities and ethics
by involving youth, educating sportsmen, and enhancing
the public perception of the waterfowler in the Commonwealth of Virginia."
 
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