This is a group of volunteers from the Red Rock Chapter NWTF, the Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter of Whitetail Unlimited , and Game Land #57 project in conjunction with PGC Staff.
| NWTF Subsidy Program|
Dear NWTF Members,Once again, your State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is offering seed and possibly other land management products to its adult members at a discount through the State Subsidy Program.
This exclusive online ordering system will give you the member the opportunity to quickly and easily pay for your subsidized order, saving time and helping us to continue to improve our efficiency.
This online ordering system will replace printed forms and eliminate the need to fax or mail your order as you did in the past. This will give you access to available products in your state and you will receive a confirmation email at the end of your order. If you do not receive an email confirmation, please check your SPAM folder.
This is a first-come, first-served program, so order early! We are unable to accept phone orders.
To view your state’s offerings and access the new online system, visit www.nwtf.org/subsidy.
NOTE: To access the online ordering page, the cookies on your computer must be enabled. You must either enter your membership number or type your name and address exactly as it appears on the address of Turkey Country magazine.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is working constantly to keep up with changing wildlife populations. When it comes to the Wild Turkey it is no exception. The PGC Wild Turkey Biologist work hard to understand the wild turkey. To better understand turkeys sometimes they find it necessary to trap turkeys to install a band on the leg of the turkey.
Litter from individuals that have no regard for our beautiful Pennsylvania State Game Lands. Nor do they care about wildlife, is the reason many volunteers take to roadways to perform a service for everyone to enjoy. We are thankful PENN DOT works with us when we perform a road clean-up , we put the trash collected in a approved pick-up area, and PENN DOT have the trash hauled to a approved landfill site.