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Angler and Hunter Recruitment and Retention Grants

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources created the Angler and Hunter Recruitment and Retention Grants Program in 2015 to help local groups support Minnesota’s angling and hunting heritage. Through these grants, the Department is addressing growing concerns over declines in hunting and angling participation.

Program Objectives

The primary objective of the program is to recruit and retain individuals into hunting and/or fishing. A minimum outcome is that the person leaves holding a positive experience and opinion toward hunting and fishing. Types of activities could include fishing and hunting educational programs, clinics, workshops, and camps, and funding for fishing and hunting equipment and transportation. We give priority to programs for new and diverse audiences and those with an ongoing impact rather than one-time events.

Status: In Progress

Start Date: 10/01/2015

Active Projects: (0) Active Projects

Completed Projects: (32) Completed Projects



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