Super Fund Quick Facts

In Arkansas:
Over $2,270,677 has been raised and spent by local chapters.
Spent $1,188,733 on habitat improvement projects.
Spent $325,181 on educational programs and literature.
Spent $134,000 to purchase 1,876 acres of land or conservation easements.
Spent $5,300 to support hunter safety classes and initiatives.
Spent $156,932 on wild turkey research.

Welcome to the NWTF's Arkansas State Chapter Web Site


State Chapter



Dear NWTF Member,

Welcome our new state chapter President, Dennis Daniel ...Read More.




2014 Arkansas Seed Subsidy!

Get your Seed NOW!

The Arkansas State NWTF Board of Directors voted to allocate a limited amount of funds to subsidize the cost of seed or saplings to Arkansas NWTF members.  Click here for details.




Since its foundation in 1973, the NWTF has achieved some amazing accomplishments. With the help of its dedicated volunteers and partners, the NWTF has been able to facilitate the investment of $412 million dollars in conservation and the preservation of our hunting heritage. These investments have helped improve more than 17 million acres of wildlife habitat and expose 100,000 people to the outdoor each year.

The NWTF is dedicated to having the same significant impact over the next 40 years as it did over its first 40. That is why the NWTF has created the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative.  Click here for more details!

2012-2013 NWTF State Scholarship Winner!

The Arkansas NWTF State Board of Directors is pleased to introduce our 2012-2013 scholarship winner, Mr. Kyle Morrison from Woodlawn High School.  Kyle plans on attending UALR and majoring in engineering.  He is a 10 year member of the Cleveland County chapter.  Below Kyle is presented with a check at the NWTF World Championship turkey calling contest in Stuttgart, AR.


Picture above(Left to Right), Terry Thompson(NWTF State Scholarship Chairmain), Kyle Morrison(2012-2013 Arkansas State Scholarship Winner), Jason Majors(Arkansas NWTF State Chapter President)


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