MDHA promotes education to guarantee the future of our hunting heritage in Minnesota.

  • Each year MDHA chapters provide nearly $180,000 in scholarships to MDHA Forkhorn Camps across the state which provide outdoor and hunting education for nearly 900 youth annually.
  • MDHA promotes private land wildlife management education through our Land Management Program.
  • MDHA chapters contribute tens of thousands of dollars each year to support Firearms Safety Training, 4-H Shooting Sports, Jamie Tennison Fund, Youth Field Days, National Archery in the Schools Program, Large Mammal Curriculum and more.
  • MDHA’s quarterly “Whitetales” magazine features unique “how-to” hunting, research and informational articles.