Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Grants to Wisconsin agencies, tribes, IHEs, school districts, conservation organizations, and individuals for projects and programs that train and educate new hunters and mentors. Priority will be given to programs geared towards females, adults, and families. The primary purpose of this grant is to ensure the education, training, and development of safe and ethical hunters and mentors.
To assist the expansion of statewide, inter-organizational efforts to train non-traditional audiences of potential hunters, WDNR offers a private-public partnership reimbursement grant program. The primary purpose of the Hunter R3 grant program is to provide cost-sharing grants to ensure the education and development of safe and ethical hunters. It is necessary to work with partners to find a solution to ensure future generations of hunters will have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to become safe and ethical hunters. However, WDNR needs strategically developed, tested programs and results on which to base future program priorities. The Hunter R3 grant program will focus on developing and pilot-testing various programs and evaluating effectiveness of those programs.
Grant Program Priorities
GrantWatch ID#: 148117
Grant funding may be awarded for projects with multiple year duration. Typically, grant agreements are for a two-year period.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Email applications and supporting documents to: DNRHunterR3Grants@wisconsin.gov
For more information on Hunter R3 (Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation) grants, please contact:
Emily Iehl (LE/8)
Hunter R3 Coordinator
Hunter R3 Grant Program Manager
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