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.
Due to the state of the Covid-19, out break of new cases in Lincoln County and the restrictions placed on us by the local health department we have decided to cancel the 2020 convention in North Platte.
It was not an easy decision and it was not taken lightly.
Plans are to have it in North Platte next September 24th and 25th.
Thank you for your understanding.
At the spring meeting held August 2 in Albion, it was decided that the convention should still be held in North Platte. This decision was unanimously voted on by the attending members at the meeting. The convention is still contingent upon the approval of our event plan by the West Central District Health Department.
Please keep checking the facebook page and website for the most current information on the convention. Also, keep in mind, as these crazy times seem to change day-by-day, current events of the day could cause the convention to be cancelled up to the day of.
Spring meeting will be held in Albion at Fuller Park. Sunday August 2nd, 2020, at 1 pm.
Fuller Park is located at 1101 south 11th street in Albion
People can head West on Fairview street off of highway 39 Or South on 11th off of highway 91 and will run into it. Southwest corner of town.
The NFH Spring Banquet has been cancelled. We are still planning on having the spring meeting at a different place and date. Please check back here for further details on the location of the spring meeting.
In a textbook example of management by science – not emotion, The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved removing river otters from the threatened and endangered species list in the state.
It was determined that the population of otters in the state would support being removed from the threatened and endangered species list. Nebraska trappers are still hopeful that someday there will be a season on otters in some form, and this action paves the way to that goal.
You can read the full article on the Lincoln Journal Star Website here.
You can also read a little bit about a study that UNL did on the abundance of river otters in Nebraska by clicking this link.
We are proud to announce the induction of two of our long time members and friends to the Nebraska Trappers Hall of Fame.
Congratulations Don Miller and Jim Cronin to the NFH Hall of Fame. Both of these guys are stand up guys and friends of trapping. They have both put in many years of service to Nebraska trappers and to the Nebraska Fur Harvesters Association.
Don’t pass up an opportunity to talk trapping with either of these guys. Neither one will pass up an opportunity to talk about their trapping adventures with you. Their experience is immeasurable.
Thank you for your service to us trappers.
In the interest of saving valuable time at our Fall meeting, I am posting my NTA report here as opposed to delivering it at the meeting. I will have copies available.
-Mark Hajny, NTA Director
NTA Report Fall 2019
The convention flyers and raffle tickets are now complete and being mailed out. Click here to see the convention flyer including demo times and vendor lists!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Looking forward to seeing all the submissions!
NFH LOGO CONTEST OFFICIAL RULES CLICK HERE