Published October 27 2012
ND Game and Fish urges hunters to fight hungerBISMARCK – North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is urging deer hunters to consider helping out the Sportsmen Against Hunger program this fall.
The charitable program raises money for the processing of donated deer, and coordinates the distribution of ground venison to food pantries across the state.
It is administered by Community Action Partnership, which serves low-income families.
Game and Fish said that while this year’s deer proclamation allows for only one deer gun license per hunter, families with more than one license should consider donating a deer to the cause.
A list of donation processing sites can be found at www.capnd.org/sahprogram/