How to cultivate and retain new hunters


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“One thing we really focus on, though, is proper training and proper etiquette and proper gun safety and proper hunting safety, and stuff like that. Most people are taught by a family member or a really close family friend. And some of the times that is not done the right way. And, we want to make sure that we’re super ethical, super safe, super focused on doing things the right way from a very simple standpoint.” — Jamey Shirah, co-founder of Hunter Recruitment Project

In Episode 323 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Jamey Shirah—a serial entrepreneur, restauranteur, and avid hunter based in Georgia. Jamey is one of three co-founders of the Hunter Recruitment Project, a nonprofit geared towards creating new hunters through active recruitment of new people, retention of new and existing hunters, and reactivation of those who have hunted in the past. Tune in to learn more!

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Photo: Gabriella Hoffman / October 2022

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