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History of Best Practices in Hunting and Shooting Sports Recruitment and Retention
Much Work Is Being Done • Youth Hunts • Camps and Workshops • Women’s Events and Organizations • Expos and Field Days • Range Days • Scholastic Shooting Programs • Hunter Education
In 2003, RBFF produced Best Practices for Boating, Fishing and Aquatic Resources Stewardship Education
Who Can Benefit? State fish and wildlife agencies Conservation organizations Hunting and shooting organizations Federal conservation agencies Anyone interested in R&R!
Think Tank Members: Del Benson, Colorado State University Gary Berlin, International Hunter Education Association Frank Briganti, National Shooting Sports Foundation Ryan Bronson, (formerly) Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Jodi Enck, Cornell University Terry Erwin, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Matt Hogan, Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies Melissa Schilling, National Shooting Sports Foundation Jim Simms, National 4-H Shooting Sports Richard Stedman, Penn State University Nick Wiley, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Steve Williams, Wildlife Management Institute.
Review Team Members: Mike Christensen, Big Brothers Big Sisters Gwen Dean, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Michelle Doerr, Archery Trade Association Steve Ferrell, Arizona Game and Fish Department James Earl Kennamer, National Wild Turkey Federation Monica Linnenbrink, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources Cheryl Riley, Pheasants Forever Rob Sexton, U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance
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Get the Materials Today! www.nssf.org/bestpractices National Shooting Sports Foundation 11 Mile Hill Road Newtown, CT 06470 203-426-1320