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Banquet Preparation

banquet preparation

Banquet Preparation in Full Swing Your 5th Annual Lincoln Sportsmen’s Night will be here before we know it.  It may be hot in June right now but that doesn’t slow down banquet preparation for this great event.  January 12, 2019

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Posted in Banquet News, News and Resources

Slow Cooker Elk Roast

slow cooker elk roast

Today’s new recipe is Slow Cooker Elk Roast and gravy over mashed potatoes. I sliced the potatoes and cooked them with the elk, then pulled them out and mashed them. Elk gravy over all of it. Served with green beans

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Mentor A New Hunter

Mentor a New Hunter – Preserve Our Passions Have you ever wondered what it would be like to mentor a new hunter who is a millennial (someone who is between the ages of 23 and 36)? Are you worried that

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Posted in Hunting, R3 Task Force

Spring Arrives

spring arrives

Spring Arrives With A Flurry of Activities There are so many things to take care of when spring arrives. We have to plant food plots, turkey hunt and of course search for shed antlers. Of course, food plots were a

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Posted in News and Resources, Uncategorized

Successful First Banquet

successful first banquet

Northeast Branch Hosts Successful First Banquet in Hubbard The Northeast Branch of the Big Game Conservation Association is moving forward after a successful first banquet. Thanks for a great turn out at our banquet in Hubbard! It was an exciting event

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Legislative Battles

NSF in Full Swing of Legislative Battles The Nebraska Sportsmen’s Foundation is in full swing of legislative battles as you read this. It is important to lay some ground work on how the legislative session works. Not to mention how

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Posted in Legislation, News and Resources