The AHLA is proud to donate a portion of its revenue to the work of volunteer organizations like the Tree Stand Safety Awareness Foundation. Since its inception in 2016, the AHLA has proudly served on the Executive Board of this crucial organization. With their stated mission of significantly reducing tree stand incidents through promotion, education and best practices, the group has played a key role in the recent decline of emergency room visits due to tree stand falls.
The unique group is a collection of hunting industry leaders who volunteer their time and have set aside business-related competition to support a safer, more meaningful hunting experience for everyone. Growing the sport of hunting has many individual layers, the continued education and safety of our hunters are at the top of that list. Tree stand safety is something we can all help with. Do you or your hunting partners wear safety harnesses and tree ropes (lifelines) every time you climb into a tree stand?
The TSSA can be found at hunting trade shows, on related podcasts and radio programs. Additionally, they produce videos and written content on their social platforms and provide individual state Departments of Natural Resources with banners and related printed material to distribute.
Tree Stand Safety Awareness Month is every September. Make sure you and your hunting friends are prepared.
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The AHLA believes that every person should be able to get out and enjoy hunting and fishing activities. That is one of the reasons why we support the Catch-A-Dream Foundation. Catch-A-Dream is a national charitable foundation that provides once-in-a-lifetime dream hunting and fishing trips to children across the United States and Canada, age 18 and younger, who suffer from life-threatening illnesses.
Through these adventures and exposure to outdoors-minded people who care, the program instills in these children a message of encouragement at a time when they need to know that hope does, indeed, exist. The group of volunteers at every adventure make sure that all the logistics are taken care of during the trip for the family. They want to make sure that the children and their families can focus on the adventures and on time shared together in the outdoors.
The AHLA culture is passionate about hunting, conservation and enjoying the outdoors so this partnership is a wonderful fit.
Visit their website for more information on Catch-A Dream or to donate.
Although Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, their focus on duck production, habitat conservation, research and the HunterR3 initiative makes them a great partner. Their work has benefits for all wildlife and habitats, strengthening hunting for everyone.
They are one of the leading conservation groups. Founded at the famed Delta Marsh in Manitoba, with its U.S. Headquarters in Bismarck, North Dakota. They work to produce ducks through intensive management programs and conservation of breeding duck habitat. Delta conducts vital research and promotes and protects the continuing tradition of waterfowl hunting in North America.
There are many opportunities to get involved with Delta Waterfowl by joining as a member or getting involved in your local chapter.
One of the most critical needs in the US is food. 1 in 9 Americans struggles with hunger. That’s why AHLA continues to support Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry. They focus on providing food for those who are in need to feed their families. Working with local farmers and hunters for harvest donations, FHFH is able to transform a God-Given resource into food for those in need!
FHFH is the only venison donation ministry actively setting up chapters across the nation and seeking to collaborate with other existing state and local venison donation programs. FHFH reaches an audience within both the hunting and non-hunting communities and provides the #1 most difficult item for food banks and feeding ministries to obtain – protein-based red meat. Since 1997 FHFH has provided more than 20.5 million servings of meat for people in our country struggling with hunger.
By supporting their ministry American Hunting Lease Association is proud to help our fellow Americans reduce the number of those struggling with hunger. To find out more about Farmers & Hunters Feeding the Hungry or to donate to their mission, visit their website.
What started as the defense of an Ohio trapping issue in 1977 with national implications, soon evolved into the country’s leading advocate for sportsmen across the country — The Sportsmen’s Alliance and the Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation.
For nearly four decades, the Sportsmen’s Alliance has fought to protect and advance our outdoor heritage of hunting, fishing, trapping and shooting in all 50 state legislatures, in the courts, in Congress and at the ballot box. As Sportsmen’s Alliance’s work continues to grow stronger so too has the animal rights movement.
AHLA is committed to supporting Sportmen’s Alliance to help keep hunting rights and access for the customers that we serve. To keep up to date on issues they are working you can visit their website. Find out how to get involved or support their efforts to keep hunting available for generations to come.