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Whiskey Chitto Longbeards - Leesville, La.

The NWTF is a 450,000-member grassroots, nonprofit organization with members in 50 states, Canada and 11 other foreign countries. It supports scientific wildlife management on public, private and corporate lands as well as wild turkey hunting as a traditional North American sport.

In 1973, the National Wild Turkey Federation was founded in Fredericksburg, Va., At that time, there were an estimated 1.3 million wild turkeys and 1.5 million turkey hunters. Shortly after its founding, the NWTF moved to Edgefield, S.C., where it is headquartered today.

Thanks to the work of federal, state and provincial wildlife agencies and the NWTF's many volunteers and partners, there are now an estimated 5.6 million wild turkeys and approximately 2.6 million turkey hunters. Turkey hunting has become the second highest participated type of hunting and is the fastest growing form of hunting.

Since 1985, more than $168 million NWTF and cooperator dollars have been spent on over 22,000 projects benefiting wild turkeys and other game and nongame species throughout North America. Hunters have also benefited as the NWTF has worked tirelessly to support our hunting heritage and protect and promote laws that increase hunting opportunity and safety.

 

NWTF Super Fund Banquet

Wild Turkey Super Fund Banquets are the means by which the National Wild Turkey Federation and its volunteers raise money for the wild turkey.

NWTF banquets provide a fun environment to boost membership and to raise money for the wild turkey. Money is raised through ticket sales, silent auctions, live auctions and a variety of high-energy prize raffles. Money raised during a banquet goes into the Wild Turkey Super Fund, which is used throughout the United States, Mexico and parts of Canada to enhance wild turkey habitat and to supplement state and provincial agency efforts in restoring wild turkey populations in their states. Now, the NWTF has 2,000 chapters across North America working for the wild turkey.

Anyone wanting to have a good time in the name of conservation is invited to attend a Wild Turkey Super Fund banquet.

Another way to support a Super Fund Banquet is through product donation. Individuals and business can donate products for the live auction, silent auction, raffle items and even a facility to hold the banquets.

And with the NWTF being a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, donated items may be tax deductible. To donate items or services for use in banquet raffle, live auction or silent auction contact us at 337-537-1756 or stargun@bellsouth.net

 


 

Banquet to be held at the Vernon Parish Fairgrounds Auditorium, Hwy 8 West, Mar 2004.

Contacts:

James or Tonya McKee - 337-537-1756

Raffle Prizes:

To Be Announced

 

 

 Article from the Leesville Daily Leader, 18 Mar 2001

 

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