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Volunteer Spotlight – Marty Weverka

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Volunteer Spotlight – Marty Weverka Our volunteer spotlight is on Marty Weverka who has been a retail store leader for about 20 years. Not to mention, he has been married for 15 years. Him and his wife, Jaime, have 3

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Outdoor Memories

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Outdoor Memories: It’s About…Family, Friends, and Lifelong Skills Have you ever thought about what your hunting endeavors mean to you?  When you look back on your fondest outdoor memories, do you remember who was on the hunt, the inside jokes,

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Food Plot Planted

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Food Plot Planted at Wagon Train SRA The 2018 Lincoln Branch Project is now complete!  This project turned out to be a three acre food plot at Wagon Train SRA, located two miles east of Hickman.  The exact location of

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Teach Children to Hunt

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Teach Children to Hunt & Help Save Our Heritage The outdoor industry promotes outreach especially to our youth and next generations. As hunters, we accept our knowledge and outdoor skills to be beneficial. Others may have no concept therefore they

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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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