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Mentored Hunting: Share The Knowledge
Become an R3 Hunting Mentor!
R3 stands for Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation.
This nationwide initiative is generating new participation in hunting and the shooting sports, welcoming new and former hunters while addressing the declining numbers as many older participants leave the activity. The R3 effort will help create the next generation of conservationists while stabilizing critical wildlife conservation funding.
Will you be part of the solution?
Mentored Hunting Program
New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife is actively seeking volunteer hunting mentors. Mentors must show safe, ethical and responsible use of archery and firearm equipment in the pursuit of game species.
Mentor roles include:
- Assisting one-on-one with prospective novice hunters and target shooters.
- Sharing knowledge and experience at skill-based clinics, seminars, and workshops.
- Participating at field-to-fork style programming.
Questions about the Mentored Hunting Program and application requests can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or (856) 629-1014.