HAHWG Has Successful Summer Meeting
September 15, 2014
The successful summer Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup event drew 51 stakeholders, representing 28 unique organizations (both national and local), a cross section of work units from the department, three commissioners and a panel of event participants.
The educational summit focused on the state of hunting and angling recruitment and improving collaboration, communication and cooperation across many different stakeholders for on-the-ground events and activities that teach the public how to hunt, fish and about wildlife conservation.
National representatives from Wildlife Management Institute and the International Hunter Education Association were brought in to provide insights from national efforts. The key element of the event was evaluating three years of primary participant survey data as well as a panel of past attendees to ascertain their motivations, interests and experiences at the HAHWG events to further improve recruitment, retention and reactivation efforts.
For more information and updates, email email@example.com or call either (623) 236-7487 Desk or (602) 531-7578 Cell/Text. Visit http://www.azgfd.gov/outdoorskills for a list of mentored events. Visit http://www.azgfd.gov/hahwg to learn more about the Hunting and Angling Heritage Workgroup
"...The conservation of natural resources is the fundamental problem. Unless we solve that problem it will avail us little to solve all others." - President Theodore Roosevelt, 1907
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