Camps & Classes
The Hunter Heritage Foundation hosts and sponsors numerous camps and classes to provide outdoor education for children.Read More
We're dedicated to preserving our hunting heritage through increased access, outdoor education and mentorship.Read More
News & Issues
From CWD to anti-hunting legislation, we’re working to keep sportsmen informed about the issues impacting our hunting heritage.Read More
History tells us that traditions are not permanent and they are never guaranteed.
As with most outdoor pursuits, hunting was once mainstream. From the first day our Founding Fathers landed in the ‘New World’, hunting and fishing was a way of life. But today, our children are more disconnected from nature than at any other time in human history, while rampant urbanization, animal rights activists and other radical social agendas are ripping apart our liberty to hunt, fish and trap.
Our decreasing numbers of hunters should alarm all of us — not simply because hunting is a tradition which could vanish if not aggressively defended, but because sportsmen are the single largest group to fund and support state and national conservation efforts.
We believe the principles and ideas of our American outdoor traditions are worth preserving and renewing, and the Hunter Heritage Foundation is dedicated to promoting pro-sportsmen public policies and encouraging youth participation and outdoor education.
By defending pro-sportsmen policies, supporting outdoor education, and increasing youth hunting opportunities, we can preserve the hunting spirit and teach our children responsible conservation and land stewardship.
Please help the Hunter Heritage Foundation so we can introduce the outdoors to more children and preserve our American outdoor traditions for the next generation. Our future is now.
John Meng, Founder
Hunter Heritage Foundation