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    Adam
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    Raymond
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  1. OHA Resource Director & SW OR Director positions I have attached my video asking everyone in helping me to fill either the OHA Resource Director or SW OR Director positions. Feel free to ask any questions the video and information below do not answer. 1. Follow important Conservation issues & inform OHA · Member of several hunting organizations, read magazines, ODFW emails, social media hunting/outdoor pages, hunting forums and wildlife/natural resource employee keep me up to date on conservation, wildlife and habitat issues.
  2. Now is the time for all hunters who do not like our Forest Plan & Management and Game Population Numbers. There is limited time left 1/20/2017 to review the Draft Northwest Forest Plan science synthesis and add public input. It would be great if OHA would send comments so more focus on early seral and early succession habitat to benefit deer and elk that should also be priority species with the NW Forest Plan. OHA could also mention that pollinators and 32 species of birds in the NW require or use these types of habitats as well. We need more openings and sunlight hitting the ground f
  3. Here is my Shed Hunting Tips Podcast. Feel free to post your tips. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ntwfyu5dtE4
  4. Here is my treestand & blind podcast. Feel free again to share all your tips for hunting out of a stand or blind. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6vGhJ_stTU
  5. Here is my deer hunting podcast. It might be about blacktails but the info should still help out mule and whitetail hunters as well. Feel free to add your own tips, tricks, tactics, and strategies to the thread. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9O5g6nuvIY&t=6s
  6. Wild Harvest ChallengeStep 1- Grab a one or multiple packages of wild fish or game you have caught or harvested.Step 2- Find one or more people who do not hunt and/or fish.Step 3- Share your wild harvest with them.Step 4- Share anything positive about hunting and/or fishing with them. Talk about the heritage, tradition, culture of hunting and/or fishing. How hunting and fishing is conservation. Anything that will educate none hunters and anglers.Step 5- Video tape it and share with the world. Get all your other family and friends that hunt and/or fish do the same. Have fun with it!
  7. Environmental and Animal Rights groups use the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA) to get reimbursed and pay all their legal fees with lawsuit after lawsuit. I believe they can get reimbursed even if they don’t win everything in their lawsuit as stated below: “To recover under EAJA, a claimant must show that it is a "prevailing party." Parties are considered to be prevailing parties when they have been successful on any significant issue in litigation that achieves some of the benefit the parties sought.” The reason these groups can do this is from a loophole that allows 501©(3) organizati
  8. Also make sure to get your emails sent to Gov Kate Brown as well about HB 4040 Wolf Delisting. http://www.oregon.gov/gov/Pages/share-your-opinion.aspx
  9. Last night the Oregon Senate passed HB4040 (reaffirming the ODFW Commission Wolf Delisting decision) in a 17-11 vote! The bill now heads to Gov. Kate Brown's desk. We encourage everyone to call her and encourage her to sign it: (503) 378-4582.
  10. A glimpse at what would come if the states controlled your public lands. http://www.waow.com/story/31281149/2016/02/22/board-to-consider-putting-another-5900-acres-up-for-sale?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook_WAOW_Newsline_9
  11. Study shows that federal public lands boost rural economies. http://headwaterseconomics.org/public-lands/federal-lands-performance
  12. The State of Idaho's Department of Lands has finally publicly admitted that it has lost money on leasing 1,900,000 acres of endowment land for livestock use even though the State charges ranchers four times what the federal grazing fee is on BLM and Forest service lands ($6.03 per AUM as compared with $1.56 per AUM). https://www.westernwatersheds.org/news-media/online-messenger/idaho-loses-money-idaho-state-school-endowment-land-grazing-leases.htm
  13. Here is the information you need to get involved. it was posted on another website by an attorney that is very involved in this. Please do what you can. In light of the KUTV News story last night, many sportsmen have asked what can I do to get involved? And what can I do to help? Here are a few simple things that anyone can do to help push this toward a resolution: 1. Share a link to the story with friends and family. Share it on social media. Get the word out that there is a problem. Many sportsmen wrongly assume that all of the money raised from the Expo Tags is earmarked for conservation.
  14. Here is the information you need to get involved. it was posted on another website by an attorney that is very involved in this. Please do what you can. In light of the KUTV News story last night, many sportsmen have asked what can I do to get involved? And what can I do to help? Here are a few simple things that anyone can do to help push this toward a resolution: 1. Share a link to the story with friends and family. Share it on social media. Get the word out that there is a problem. Many sportsmen wrongly assume that all of the money raised from the Expo Tags is earmarked for conservation.