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Deer Hunters Feed the Hungry

Let’s see. Deer hunters get to enjoy hunting, hungry families get tasty low-fat protein and deer numbers are kept in a healthy balance. More
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Hunters feed the needy with charitable venison donation program

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Hunters help feed the needy with charitable venison donation program

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Operation Food Search subsidizes remaining processing fee for hunters donating to Share the Harvest in St. Louis area. More

Hunters help feed the needy with charitable venison donation program

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Hunters help feed the needy with charitable venison donation program

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Deer hunters encouraged to help alleviate hunger in St. Louis area with Share the Harvest. More

Miscellany

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"Miscellany" for the November 2009 Missouri Conservationist. More

News and Events

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Gov. Jay Nixon recently issued an executive order establishing the Children in Nature Challenge and directing state agencies to promote efforts to “enhance children’s education about nature and increase children’s opportunities to personally experience nature and the outdoors.” More

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"News and Events' for the November 2010 Missouri Conservationist. More

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"News and Events" for the December 2010 Missouri Conservationist. More

Share the Harvest

Share the Harvest
Share the Harvest is administered by the Conservation Federation of Missouri and MDC to help feed hungry Missourians. Share the Harvest orchestrates the efforts of thousands of hunters, numerous local supporting organizations, and more than 100 participating meat processors to get ground venison to people in need through food banks and food pantries around the state. Hunters donate their extra venison to participating meat processors who then prepare the donated venison by grinding it into one-pound packages that are given to food banks and food pantries. Processing fees are covered entirely or in part by numerous local program sponsors, and statewide sponsors. More