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THE CHAIRMAN

The goal of the Communications Working Group is to communicate the value and importance of hunting to all Albertan's. Through cooperation and assistance of numerous conservation groups within the province, the Hunting For Tomorrow Foundation (HFTF) is providing information to hunters and non hunters regarding our hunting heritage. Some of the successful communications tools that are enabling us to meet our goal are; magazine and newspaper articles, newsletters, radio interviews, posters, promotional items, email distribution lists, speaking engagements and exposure at sportsman's shows, and our web site. The HFTF web site is receiving more and more hits every month and receiving inquiries and comments from   interested persons regarding our collective group and how they can become involved.


One of the most requested communication vehicles that we are providing is the distribution of informative fact sheets. These fact sheets are intended to provide information and assistance to hunters and non hunters. Currently, eleven fact sheets are available from the web site or can be provided by contacting our office; (see page 8 of this newsletter for a complete listing).  These HFTF informative fact sheets will benefit all Albertan's by providing information and assistance to those that require it.


As Chairman, I would like to thank the members of the Communications Working Group for their dedication and commitment to developing our communication vehicles. With collaborative involvement we will continue to provide the services that promote our hunting heritage. Communication Working Group members are Don Meredith, Rob Olson, Randy Collins, Des Nolan, Eric Moland, and Allan Baker.

Darryl Kublik, Chairman



 

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