PROMO #1 “NEW” IHEA-USA MEMBERSHIP Winners
1.Ruger Go Wild American .308 Rifle H. Low (Rhode Island)
2. SunOptics package M. Griffin (New York)
3. Mathews Genesis Bow D. Briggs (Vermont)
PROMO #1 IHEA-USA MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS Winners
1. Lifetime IHEA-USA Membership S. Runcy (New Hampshire)
2. $100 Cabela’s/Bass Pro Gift Card L. Morrison (indiana)
3. Styrka S3 Series Riflescope K. Flowerdew (Colorado)
RMEF Elk Network Article
The annual 2019 IHEA-USA Business Conference was held in Orange Beach, Alabama. IHEA-USA praised the Department of Natural Resources of Alabama and their volunteers for being great hosts. There were over 150 registered attendees who traveled from all over the US, Canada, Mexico and Guam to be at the conference.
IHEA-USA Teams up with NSSF® on Project Childsafe® Program
IHEA-USA, the world leader in developing safe and responsible hunters since 1949, has become a promotional supporter of National Shooting Sports Foundation's Project Childsafe® Program. Though many state programs have already supported and provided thousands of free gun locks in their hunter education efforts, and though hunter education already teaches about safe firearm storage in the home, IHEA-USA will be enhancing its efforts by further promoting the message, Own It? Respect It. Secure It. to hundreds of thousands of hunter education students in the years to come.
2014 Heritage Hunt held at Hixon Ranch in Cotulla, TX
The annual Heritage Hunt, also called the DREAM HUNT, was held November 7- 9th at the Hixon Ranch near the hunter-friendly town of Cotulla, "Deep in the Heart" of South Texas. Two lucky students and two instructors enjoyed "a most memorable hunt!"
(l to r): IHEA-USA executive director, Steve Hall, CO instructor Robert Clemans, WV dad Jay Stanislawczyk, WV student Jacob Stanislawczyk, KS student Curtis Williams, KS dad Gerald Williams, Hunt Coordinator, Leaha Wirth (Focus Group, Inc.) and WS instructor Richard Rowell
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Missouri Hosts Largest Hunting Incident Investigation Academy Ever!
IHEA-USA Fall Board Meeting & Administrator's Academy Held Oct.13-17th!
Gallery of Guns to Honor Outstanding Hunter Education Instructors
Hunter Education has been a HUGE success over time!
See Sports Injury Comparison HERE!
The Hunting Heritage Trust (HHT), and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) recently partnered on a study to understand the impact of peer influence on youth participation in hunting and target shooting. The study, which was comprised of youth focus groups and a comprehensive phone survey, was conducted by Responsive Management, a leading public opinion and attitude survey research firm which specializes in natural resource and outdoor recreation issues. The HHT, NSSF and IHEA-USA are now using the results of this study to help recurit hunters and shooters. Click here to find out how you can help!
Follow 4 basic rules and make hunting even safer
Hunting is one of the safest ways to enjoy the outdoors. To ensure hunting remains safe and becomes ever safer, the International Hunter Education Association-USA (IHEA-USA) recommends hunters and shooters follow four basic rules of firearms safety.
The International Hunter Education Association would like to express its deep appreciation to Dr. Edward Kozicky for his generous donation of $10,000 to to create the new Kozicky Endowment. The IHEA's most prestigious annual award is the Kozicky Award and this endowment will be used to fund this award in perpetuity. Dr. Kozicky was the first executive director of the IHEA, and he has been an ardent supporter of the IHEA mission and programs since the beginning.