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$1,500 donated to the Rushford-Peterson High School Trapshooting League

Fri, Jul 18th, 2014
Posted in All Sports

Photo submitted by Brian Drache

The Bluff Country Chapter of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association donated $1,500 to the Rushford-Peterson High School Trapshooting League. Competitive trapshooting now involves more prep students in Minnesota than hockey does and is by far the state’s fastest-growing school sport. It’s the only sport in which boys and girls compete together and alongside physically challenged students.

Over the last 30 years MDHA has improved upon and developed its mission of “working for tomorrow’s wildlife and hunters today.” With approximately 62 chapters and 16,000 members throughout the state, MDHA works in Minnesota for Minnesota through four main tenets which include hunting, habitat, education and legislation.

•MDHA produces public policy positions regarding wildlife and hunting

•MDHA promotes good sportsmanship, hunting ethics and safe hunting practices

•MDHA Promotes and maintains high quality deer habitat

•MDHA provides opportunities for deer hunters to meet, share experiences and develop a fraternal spirit

•MDHA educates hunters and the public on the value of the sport of deer hunting

•MDHA supports the enforcement of regulations which curtail the illegal taking of deer

•MDHA supports efforts to increase opportunities for deer hunting on both private and public lands

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