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Wheelin’ Sportsmen NWTF provides people with disabilities the opportunity to participate in outdoor activities. Idaho is blessed to have one of the most active Wheelin’ Sportsmen organizations in the nation. Have fun and win in our new project: book of ra kostenlos spielen ohne anmeldung. Hurry up and start winning!

Headed by Idaho State Coordinator Pat Thomas, along with Fred Bartel and an enthusiastic committee, Idaho’s Wheelin’ Sportsmen offer a myriad of year-around events for disabled folks. U.S. Military veterans are of special concern and Pat’s group works closely with the D.A.V. and other veterans’ organizations to honor and bring the outdoors to those who have served and sacrificed for the freedoms we all enjoy.

To find out how you can be part of this dynamic organization, contact Pat Thomas at 208-573-9850 or click link below to e-mail.

If you are 13 years old or younger and you like hunting, fishing, hiking, camping or just being outside with your family, JAKES is the program for you. JAKES stands for Juniors Acquiring Knowledge, Ethics and Sportsmanship. The National Wild Turkey Federation started the JAKES program as a way to give kids the chance to explore their outdoor world through hundreds of fun kids-only events held across North America called JAKES Conservation Field Days. During these events, JAKES members get to learn cool skills that they can take to the field to stay safe and have fun.

Interested in putting together a J.A.K.E.S. event yourself or helping out? Contact your local Idaho NWTF Chapter to get the ball rolling!


Trade your to-do list for a day for yourself – a day in the outdoors! Join thousands of women who have attended a Women in the Outdoors event and tried something new.

Have you ever wanted to learn how to shoot a handgun or shotgun? Ever wanted to pull back a bow and arrow…just once? How about learn the proper way to paddle a canoe or cast a fly rod? Women in the Outdoors events provide hands-on outdoor classes in a non-threatening environment.

If you would like to host a Women in the Outdoors event or help, contact Barnabas Koka at 208-469-0001 or click the link below to e-mail.