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  • Recruiting, Reactivating, and Retaining Hunters Nebraska R3 Initiatives

    Micaela Rahe

    Nebraska R3 Coordinator

  • Why Do We Need Hunters?

    • Hunting produces around 680,000 jobs, nationally

    • Sportsman contribute nearly $8 million each year to support conservation efforts

    – Help manage wildlife, improve wildlife habitat, upkeep public recreation areas

    • Nationally, hunters spend around $38.3 billion on equipment, licenses, trips, and more.

    – Average of $2,800 per hunter

  • Nebraska Hunters

    • Produce 8,856 jobs in the state

    • Spend $562,145,198 annually

    – Permits

    – Fuel

    – Equipment

    – Lodging

  • First Annual R3 Summit

    • August 2019

    • 120 Attendees

    – Representing agency, industry, NGO’s, and community groups

  • First Annual R3 Summit

    • Gold Nuggets

    – Extended mentoring to new hunters

    – Customer Self-Help support

    – Targeted Marketing to New Hunters

    – Outdoor Legends

    – Filling Community Gaps

  • Filling Community Gaps

    • Sportspersons Communities of Excellences

    – Dog Friendly Hotels

    – Game Cleaning Stations

    – Community Banquets for Hunters

    – Welcome Banners

    – Community Hunts

    – Working with Landowners to expand access

  • WHAT ARE NEBRASKA COMMUNITIES DOING NOW?

  • Squirrel Hunts

  • Hunter Breakfasts

  • Trip Planners

  • WHAT CAN YOU DO (OR ARE YOU DOING), TO BRING MORE HUNTERS TO YOUR COMMUNITY?

  • WHAT CHALLENGE ARE THERE TO INVITING HUNTERS AND ANGLERS TO YOUR COMMUNITY?

  • 2020 R3 Summit

    • August 15, 2020

    • Kearney, NE

    • Holiday Inn

  • Who wants to help bring more revenue and people to

    Nebraska?

    Micaela Rahe mrahe@nwtf.net

    402-471-2517

    mailto:mrahe@nwtf.net

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