The newest Secretarial Order issued by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke expands opportunities for Americans to enjoy the outdoors on public lands.
NWTF was pleased to see the Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement or SHARE Act advance through the House Committee on Natural Resources.
NWTF is concerned with the 16-percent decrease in hunting participation reported in the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2016 National Survey of Fishing.
The South Dakota Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) has named Conservation Officer John Murphy as its 2017 Wildlife Officer of the Year.
The Kansas State Chapter of NWTF’s board of directors recently met in Manhattan, Kansas and approved $85,380 for Super Fund projects.
National Wild Turkey Federation received the 2017 American Outdoor Organization of the Year by Garry Mason’s Legends of the Outdoors National Hall of Fame.
It’s the action-shooting competition for wheel guns only at the International Revolver Championship. The annual match brings out the best of the revolver enthusiasts to compete in Florida.
In Texas, an NWTF partnership with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has now improved 12 access sites.
Keith Higgins of South Carolina claimed top honors in the Turkey Shoot finals following a shoot off with Brandon Powell of Georgia.
On August 28, The National Wild Turkey Federation will air a two-part series, titled “Tennessee’s Private Forests,” on “Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt.”
Under Kodama’s leadership, the SCFC has been a key partner for the National Wild Turkey Federation earning the Land Stewardship Award in 2011.
The National Wild Turkey Federation strongly supports Secretary Sonny Purdue’s announcement of Tony Tooke as the new chief of the USDA Forest Service.
National Wild Turkey Federation chapters in Texas budgeted $191,700 to further the Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative within the state for 2017.
Mossy Oak is the official camo of the National Wild Turkey Federation, and part of that partnership is dedicated to supporting the JAKES program.
Work to improve habitat for a variety of wildlife will now be conducted year-round across Colorado thanks to a unique new public-private partnership.
These forests play an integral role in our environment, in sustaining America’s rural economies, by providing more than 50 percent of the nation’s wood.
Base Camp Leasing has, again, partnered with NWTF to further the conservation organization’s Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. initiative.
At a recent ceremony held at the Wisconsin DNR central office in Madison, the NWTF and the Wisconsin DNR announced a partnership.
Dr. Salem Saloom testified to the Senate Agriculture’s committee hearing Conservation and Forestry: Perspectives on the Past and Future Direction.
The National Wild Turkey Federation commends the House Committee on Natural Resources for the passage of H.R.2936, the Resilient Federal Forests Act.
NWTF works throughout the year to improve habitat not only for wild turkeys but also for some of our upland habitat’s most important visitors — pollinators.
More than 100 shotgunners saddled up in golf carts and took to the south course of the Palmetto Shooting Complex at the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Ryan Zinke held a press conference today formally announcing the release of $1.1 billion from the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
The National Wild Turkey Federation praises Secretary Zinke for naming Greg Sheehan as deputy director of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
NWTF, the Boy Scouts, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and local landowners are partnering to improve water-corridor habitat in the South Hills.