New York NWTF to invest $80,000 in state projects
NEW YORK — The New York State Chapter of the NWTF committed nearly $80,000 in New York this year to conservation, land access, education and other projects.
The largest single commitment is $33,000 to increase access to hunting land through the More Places to Hunt initiative and improve wildlife habitat through NWTF programs.
The chapter also dedicated $20,500 to uphold outdoor traditions through the NWTF's outreach programs, educational programs, scholarship programs, National 4-H Shooting Sports and the National Archery in the Schools Program.
Some funds will preserve our hunting heritage, support research and more.
Many projects are in partnership with government agencies, conservation groups and landowners. NWTF's New York chapters have raised and spent more than $1.7 million on projects in the state since 1985.
For information about this and other NWTF projects, visit www.nwtf.org or contact Shannon Rikard at firstname.lastname@example.org.