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Grant Supports High School Trap League

Local clubs or communities interested in receiving a grant to support a high school trap shooting team, must have the application in before April 1. Existing teams that have received a grant in the past are not eligible.

 

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department offers a grant of up to $1,000, with funds designed to purchase gear such as eye and hearing protection, vests, shell bags and magnetic barrel rests.

 

Interested applicants can print out the high school trap league grant application online at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.

 

For more information, contact Game and Fish education section leader Marty Egeland at 328-6612, or email megeland@nd.gov.

Trap League, Shooting Range Grant Deadline

The deadline for clubs or communities interested in submitting an application to receive a grant to help support a local high school trap team, or for firearm and shooting ranges, is Oct. 1.

North Dakota Game and Fish Department education section leader Marty Egeland said the grant to support North Dakota high school trap teams are for infrastructure to support youth shooting.

“For example, this grant is intended to be used for trap throwers, trap houses, sidewalks and voice pulls,” Egeland said.

Firearm and shooting range grants can be used on projects that provide free public access, storage buildings, or on such items as berms, benches, target hangers and throwers.

“This grant encompasses any type of shooting range, with priority given to certain projects that you can find on the application,” Egeland said.

Interested applicants can print out the grant application online at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.

For more information, contact Egeland at 328-6300, or email megeland@nd.gov.

Grants Support High School Trap League

The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is launching a program that will provide grants to local clubs or communities that offer high school trap shooting.

 

Game and Fish education section leader Marty Egeland said the grants are designed to support the North Dakota high school trap league.

 

“The grants are to be used for the infrastructure to support youth shooting, for example trap throwers, trap houses, sidewalks and voice pulls,” Egeland said.

 

Interested applicants can print out the range grant application online at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.

 

For more information, contact Egeland at 328-6612, or email megeland@nd.gov.

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