Donations to the NC Wildlife Resources Education Programs will benefit:
NC Wildlife Resources Education Centers
programming at the agency’s
education centers. These initiatives bring awareness of the importance of the
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, its mission and its work to the
public; and engage audiences through programs and opportunities, so they actively
participate in the conservation of the state’s wildlife resources.
Becoming an Outdoor Woman (BOW)
Donations fund partial
scholarships for women to attend multi-day workshops. The BOW program offers women
18 and older opportunities to learn skills that enhance and encourage
participation in hunting, angling and other outdoor activities. Skills offered
in the BOW program may include, but are not limited to, Outdoor Cooking, Fly
Tying and Fishing, Canoeing, Hunter Safety, Archery, and Firearms Usage.
purchase equipment and supplies used for the instruction of youth and new
hunters during courses offered by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
Courses include information about hunter responsibility, wildlife
identification/conservation/management, firearms, survival and first aid,
specialty hunting and tree stand safety
For more information
about our education programs, contact the Wildlife Education Division at
email@example.com or 919-707-0170.
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission
1702 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699