Last Updated on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 13:47
As a Dedicated Hunter, you are required to perform hours of service, typically on conservation projects that benefit Utah's wildlife and habitat.
Projects may vary from pulling weeds to building a fence to filing paperwork — but all of your efforts matter. Without your help, the DWR must use its biologists and conservation officers to complete the projects or pay contractors to do the work. Your efforts ensure that the DWR can devote more time and money directly to Utah's wildlife.
Search by project type or location to find a project that's right for you. You may sign up for projects located anywhere in the state.
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