The Nebraska Fur Harvesters will be at the annual Missouri River Outdoor Expo at Ponca State Park, September 18th and 19th, 2021.
With over 90 hands-on activities featuring outdoor education, sports and recreation, there is something for everyone to touch, see and do. Guided shuttles run continuously to three locations within the park — Resource & Education Center, Eric Wiebe Shooting Complex & Riverfront.
The Missouri River Outdoor Expo is the largest outdoor expo in the Midwest. Thousands of people visit yearly.
This free family friendly weekend is made possible through the support of generous sponsors, educational exhibitors, over hundreds of dedicated volunteers, and thousands of visitors.
The Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association is looking for a new logo that will better identify the organization. In order to engage our current members, and attract new members, we announce competition to design a new logo.
The new logo should identify the organization and what we are all about.
If you are interested in submitting a logo, send it as an attachment to Jessica Power at email@example.com.
Submissions must include the full name(s) of the person(s) who designed the logo, name, email address, postal address, and telephone number. One or more submissions per person is acceptable. Each submission must be sent in a separate e-mail.
The prize for the winning entry is “first release”
of the new logo on one hoodie, one t-shirt, one hat, one coffee cup,
and one decal. In addition to four years free membership to the
Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association, with twenty-four issues of the
Trapper’s Post, and $ 100.00 cash. This prize remains the same
regardless of the size of the team submitting the winning entry.
Contest ends September 21, 2019. There is no fee to enter the contest.
Please see below for the official contest rules and details.
The Nebraska Fur Harvesters has announced dates for two upcoming trapper education classes. One class will be held in Palmyra on September 8th, 2018, and the other will be in Laurel on September 9th, 2018.
Locations, times and more details will be posted when they come available.
The Nebraska Fur Harvesters Trapper Education classes are get-togethers designed to introduce young people to trapping. They are geared towards youth, but anyone can benefit and everyone is welcome. They usually involve a classroom portion and an outdoor portion. We talk about regulations, equipment and responsible trapping.
If you have any questions please contact Eric Stane, president and education coodinator of the Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association. Eric can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (402) 658-8012.
Reminder: Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association president Eric Stane will join Hal Hodges on The Greg Wagner Great Outdoors Show tomorrow at 9am CST to talk trapping. This is broadcast on The Zone 1620 AM out of Omaha. If you can’t pick it up over the air you can listen online at http://player.listenlive.co/52371
Dave Hastings of the Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association was guest presenter at an Outdoor Nebraska focus at Lake McConaughy this week. Dave had the following to say:
“They had sessions on birds, water conservation, and general outdoor topics as well as Nebraska history. I did the “Furs and More” presentation, which was generally about mammals (well, coyotes mostly!) and trapping was part of the presentation. We discussed animal identification, wildlife tracks, “Poop-acology 101,” and general wildlife principals like carrying capacity and damage control. Trust me, 4th graders were happy to be out of school for the day, and they really perked up when we talked about poop, complete with samples and photos.”
If you are interested in having a member of the NFH do a presentation at your event, contact President and Education Coordinator Eric Stane at email@example.com.
Thank you Dave, for helping to spread the word and keep our youth educated to the benefits of furbearer management!