QDMA Expands Field to Fork Hunter Recruitment Into 7 New States

Field to Fork, a hunter recruitment program for adults from non-hunting backgrounds, is expanding into seven new states this year after two successful seasons of pilot testing near QDMA Headquarters in Georgia. Of 22 adult participants in the pilot program, 80 percent have continued to hunt on their own within the first year after participation …

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QDMA Tracking Ahead of Schedule on Most Five-Year Mission Goals

ATHENS, GA (August 21, 2018) – One year into QDMA’s current five-year mission goals, a progress report shows the organization is tracking ahead of pace in five of seven major areas focused on the QDMA mission to ensure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage. “Of the seven goals, we have …

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QDMA Partners With onX Hunt on CWD Map Layer

QDMA has partnered with onX, a leader in mobile mapping technology for outdoor adventures, to provide users of the onX Hunt app with a free chronic wasting disease (CWD) map layer. The layer is designed to make deer hunters more aware of CWD and its presence so they can comply with harvest, testing, and carcass …

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QDMA Welcomes Fall Conservation Interns

QDMA) welcomed two new interns for the fall semester. Clinton Armstrong and Trey Wall join the Conservation Department under Director Kip Adams. “Our new interns will assist us primarily in the research and education arenas, as well as help promote the good work done by QDMA staff and volunteers,” said Adams. “Our internship program has been …

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QDMA Announces 2018 Branch Achievement Award Winners

ATHENS, GA (July 26, 2018) – QDMA’s mission to secure the future of white-tailed deer, wildlife habitat and our hunting heritage could not be realized without the tireless work of our grassroots volunteers. Their efforts and achievements were in the spotlight at the National Convention when QDMA named the winners our 2018 Branch Achievement Awards. …

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