Now Hiring: Manager of R3 Projects and Community Engagement

Manager of R3 Projects and Community Engagement The Manager of R3 Projects and Community Engagement is a new contract position with the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports (Council). This contract position will assist the Director of Business Development and Director of Programs to advance a national movement focused on the recruitment, retention, and reactivation (R3) of hunters …

NWTF, CAHSS and Mossy Oak Talk Successful R3 Programs with SHOT Show Media

Media Contact: Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports Cyrus Baird cyrus@cahss.org National Wild Turkey Federation Pete Muller pmuller@nwtf.net FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 23th, 2018 LAS VEGAS, Nev. — The National Wild Turkey Federation, the Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports and Mossy Oak held a press conference Tuesday for SHOT Show media discussing successful hunter Recruitment, Retention and …

Musicians, Members, and Mentors: Country Music Superstars Support R3 Initiative

via: Pheasants Forever Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever has partnered with country music superstars Justin Moore, Charlie Daniels, and Tracy Lawrence to support organizational efforts to Recruit, Retain, and Reactivate (R3) the next generation of outdoorsmen and women. The Musicians, Members, and Mentors for PF/QF campaign offers upland supporters an interactive souvenir featuring each artist’s new full album, tour pics, videos and …

Pondering U.S. Waterfowl Hunting Numbers

 via: Realtree Business Waterfowl hunting numbers today are a paradox. While the duck population was estimated at an extremely healthy 49.1 million birds in 2016, the number of duck hunters has plummeted during the past several decades. In 2015 (the most recent year for which information is available), the number of U.S. duck hunters came up just shy of 1 million, …

Tapping Into Locavores as Potential Hunters

Via: The Wildlife Society As hunter numbers continue to decrease in the United States, researchers looking for ways to recruit nontraditional hunters may have found a group to tap into — locavores, or people who prefer to buy and eat local foods. In a new study published in The Wildlife Society Bulletin, researchers surveyed subscribers of “Edible Finger Lakes,” a magazine in the …