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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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Posted in Hunting, R3 Task Force

Game Time

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Game Time Is Here For Hunting Seasons The smell is in the air, yes that is fall right around the corner. It’s the time of year that all sportsmen and women look forward to each year. IT IS GAME TIME. You must

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Posted in Nebraska Sportsmen's Foundation, News and Resources

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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One Voice – Results

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WIN WIN When Acting As One Voice The 2018 legislative session is a WIN WIN for Nebraska sportsmen and women. It always amazes me the results that are achieved when we work as one voice. One team that avoids lines

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Posted in Legislation

Banquet Preparation

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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

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

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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

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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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Funds Benefit Nebraska

All Funds Benefit Nebraska With 100% Remaining in State The Big Game Conservation Association just finished up another successful banquet season thanks to our donors, sponsors, volunteers and generous people such as yourself. All of the BGCA banquets are non-profit fundraising

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