OHA, Oregon Hunters Association, plays a vital role in preserving Oregon hunting and conserving wildlife habitats, as well as advocating for the interest of both hunters and the outdoor enthusiast! Supporting OHA means investing in the future of hunting traditions, outdoor recreation opportunities, and the preservation of wildlife for many generations to come. As well as fighting to protect your right to hunt!

OHA is dedicated to promoting hunting, conservation, and outdoor recreation throughout the state of Oregon. OHA undertakes many activities, including but not limited to:

  1.       Providing education programs, workshops and resources to hunters to promote ethical hunting practices, firearm safety, and wildlife conservation. As well as raise awareness about the importance of hunting as a conservation tool and its big role in maintaining healthy wildlife populations.
  1.       OHA offers youth hunting programs, mentorships, and scholarships to encourage young people to get involved in hunting, conservation and outdoor activities. After all, they are our next generation of hunters!
  1.       OHA actively engages in legislative advocacy & policy-making to promote sound wildlife management practices, habitat conservation, and protection of hunting rights.
  1.       OHA supports habitat restoration projects aimed towards improving wildlife habitats, like wetlands restoration, forest management, & habitat enhancement initiatives. These efforts benefit a wide range of species and contribute to the overall health of Oregon's ecosystems.
  1.      OHA promotes a sense of community among hunters by organizing events, fundraisers and volunteer opportunities.

Which brings me to our upcoming and local OHA banquet! Please join us on May 4th, 2024 at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds, doors will be opening at 4:00pm. Tickets will be available to purchase online soon, so stay tuned!  OHA is always looking for help as well as donors for our banquets. If you are interested and would love to help support your local chapter or have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to Shara Robertson at 503-812-3832 or Jen Strohmaier at 503-812-6078.

OHA website: https://oregonhunters.org/

OHA Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OregonHunters/

Blog contributed by Jen Strohmaier, Rob Trost Real Estate

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