MFHA Foundation Hunting Habitat Conservation Award

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**Entry deadline September 28, 2018 for the 2019 Award!**

The purpose of the Hunting Habitat Conservation Award is to recognize those foxhunting clubs, individuals and organizations that have made significant and enduring contributions towards the preservation of rural countryside and its flora and fauna.

There is no greater threat to our sport than the loss of hunting venue; no more painful loss than the serenity and peace of provided by the pastoral scene. There is no greater injustice than not to recognize those people and organizations that toil to keep us close to the land and the wild animals that enhance our very existence. We hope that you will give serious thought to sending in a nomination.

Nominee data (in accordance with the guidelines/entry form) must be provided to the MFHA Conservation Committee, care of the MFHA Office, no later than September 28, 2018.

**Resubmission of previous nominees for this award who did not win is highly encouraged!!**

In addition to the conservation trophy and recognition at the annual members meeting, the Hunting Habitat Conservation winning Hunt will receive a $5,000 cash award!

Questions concerning this award should be directed to the MFHA Office or Daphne Flowers Wood, MFH ,Conservation Chairman.

MFHA Foundation

Conservation Committee

PO Box 363 ∙ Millwood, VA 22646

(540) 955-5680 (p) ∙ (484) 208-7794 (f)

Conservation Award Guidelines

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Activities to be focused upon may include, but are not limited to:

  • Distinctive and continuing programs for maintaining wildlife habitat - not just for foxes or coyotes - but for all rural fauna and flora.
  • A systematic approach to the placement of significant amounts of open lands into perpetual easement - hunting, scenic, historical, conservation, etc.
  • Fostering and supporting a conservation organization or foundation to conserve large tracts of land and the indigenous wildlife.
  • Organized efforts aimed at educating the general public - particularly the young - on the need for conservation of natural resources.
  • The formation of alliances or working in concert with other conservation organizations.
  • Evidence of sustained political activity in the furtherance of open land preservation.
  • A Hunt which contributed a great deal toward the fostering and maintaining of conservation.

Application Form Below:


Previous Winners

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