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Are you new to hunting or trapping? Have you mentored a new hunter or trapper?DEC is looking for hunters and trappers who would like to share their story about their first memorable experiences afield or an experience where they introduced a new person to hunting or trapping.Essays can be submitted in one of three categories:
- Junior Youth Hunters/Trappers - currently in grade 6 through 8
- Senior Youth Hunters/Trappers - currently in grade 9 through 12
- Adult Hunters/Trappers - ages 18 and olderDEC staff will select the best essay in each category. Winners' essays will appear in the 2018-19 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Guide, which is read by over 500,000 people each year! The winners will each receive a $50 gift certificate.All the information and a submission form can be found herePlease do not reply to this email. Replies go into an untended mailbox. For questions or comments, please contact me at the email address below.NYSDEC and Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) are not responsible for lost, misdirected or undelivered email.Kelly StangNYSDECAlbany, NY 12233-4754
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Three of the most experienced and exciting spoken word poets in the world are leading our twelfth annual High School Writing Retreat.
During this two-day event, students will enjoy poetry performances and learn how to make their writing gorgeous with workshop leaders and poetry legends Mahogany L. Browne, Jive Poetic, and Jon Sands. High school students, classes, and homeschooled students are invited to join for a day of performances, workshops, and general awesomeness.Any student is welcome to join, no experience necessary! This event is free, lunch will be available for purchase on campus. If you or your class can only attend for one day, please plan to join on . Any classes or individuals that are interested in joining should contact the Adirondack Center for Writing at info@
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Thanks to our sponsors.This event is provided by Adirondack Foundation-Benght Ohman Fund, Adirondack Foundation-Evergreen Fund, Adirondack Foundation-Saranac Lake Public Education Fund, Charles R. Wood Foundation, Cloudsplitter Foundation, Saranac Lake Young Arts Association, and Stewart’s Holiday Match.
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