Many prime pieces of land have already been made un-available to the sportsman, but it’s not too late to keep the outdoor tradition alive.
Here are some of the ways you can help promote this important cause:
Be a Corporate Sponsor
If your company is in the outdoors industry you can help yourself by supporting our efforts. Become a proud sponsor of the outdoor heritage through sponsoring our fishing tournaments, dinners or other activities.
Contact us to find out more on upcoming events.
Watch for Local Opportunities
Any property that is large enough to permit hunting can be a candidate, including property that is considered undevelopable due to wetlands, steep grades, or ledge but supports wildlife and habitat. Forestland, swamps, open meadows, streams, ponds and lakes are all potential candidates.
If you bring a potential property to our attention, we will gladly contact the landowner and try to find a way to make this land available for future generations to enjoy the sporting heritage.
More importantly, the land donor knows the land will be preserved as open space and enjoyed by those who also appreciate the outdoors. If you don’t have land to donate maybe you know of someone who does.
Land Donors automatically become lifetime members and receive recognition from the organization.
As a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, the Sportsmen’s National Land Trust can accept your charitable donation and give you the appropriate documentation for a tax-deductible charitable contribution. Check with your tax advisor for specific advice on your particular situation.
Contact us to discuss land contributions or sales.