Cedar Bluff, Ala.
Harlan Starr has been a dedicated turkey hunter and NWTF volunteer since 1984. He has been a member of the national board of directors since 2008, having served on numerous committees.
Harlan helped start the Coosa Valley Chapter in Rome, Ga., and the Northeast Alabama Chapter.
He served on the Alabama Board of Directors for 10 years. He has worked as local chapter president, banquet chairman and district director. He has coordinated JAKES and Women in the Outdoors outreach events and has provided opportunities for people with disabilities to hunt on his farm.
“As a member of the national board, I’m proud to represent the NWTF’s volunteers who work so hard to protect our hunting heritage,” Starr said. “I understand the issues that face state and local chapters and members, and will continue to ensure they have a voice at the national level. I ask for your support and pledge to give 100 percent of my time and talents to help the NWTF continue to be the best conservation organization in the country.”