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Capitol Chapter Oregon Hunters Association

                     Capitol Chapter, Oregon Hunters' Association

Current and Past News

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Bulletin board newsfeed link


Ongoing News and Activities

Capitol Chapter Meetings

2022 Chapter Meetings!!!

We have a new meeting place for our monthly meetings!!!!  We will be meeting at the Keizer Eagles Club at 4090 Cherry Ave in Keizer.  This facility has a full bar and food service menu available to us during the meetings, so grab a drink and a sandwich and join us at 7:00 on the 4th Tuesdays of January through August! 

Our guest speakers are:

May 24 – Kelly Parkman of the Hoodview chapter will talk about the recently launched Learn to Hunt program being jointly rolled-out by OHA and ODFW.

June 28 - Amy Patrick of the OHA state office will talk about OHA’s outreach and policy approaches.

July 26 – Fish & Wildlife Trooper James Halsey

August 23 – Norm Hewitt will talk about and demonstrate game calling. He will focus on elk and deer, and maybe a little fall turkey.

Learn-to-Hunt Program

OHA’s Learn-to-Hunt Program has Launched

https://oregonhunters.org/learntohunt/

What is the OHA Learn-to-Hunt program? OHA has created a series of online courses and in-person events for new and experienced hunters in Oregon. The online portion and some of the in-person events are available free of charge. Check it out and share with your friends and family.

Associate Membership Created

OHA’s influence as an advocate for hunters is partly related to the number of members OHA has. Many of the organizations with opposing messages claim as members people for whom they simply have contact information. To level the playing field, OHA has created an Associate membership. By signing up for OHA’s Learn to Hunt program the person is automatically registered as an Associate Member of OHA. There are no dues or membership benefits for the Associate membership, but the person is listed as an associating member. Sign-up at this internet site https://oregonhunters.org/learntohunt/

Annual Habitat Projects!

WESTSIDE HABITAT ENHANCEMENT and CLEANUP PROJECT 

Project Dates and other Specifics may be found on our Bulletin Board News Feed

This is a family friendly project and we hope to see youth, and families involved


Capitol Chapter's habitat enhancement and cleanup project on the Detroit District of the Willamette National Forest is an annual event that has been held for decades, except for a two year pause due to the fires in the Detroit, Santiam Area and Covid 19. The project consists of fertilizing areas near Marion Forks and clean-up of trash in the general area of the project. In addition, removal of small trees from “Larry’s Meadow” may be included, as has been done in the past. There is work for all as the trees removed will be trimmed and stacked so fertilizing of the meadow can be accomplished more efficiently. We generally have camping available.


If you are interested in participating, please contact project manager Joe Ricker @ [email protected] or feel free to call or text 503-910-2913.  


PRAIRIE CITY ASPEN PROTECTION PROJECT 

Project Dates and other Specifics may be found on our Bulletin Board News Feed

This is a family friendly project and we hope to see youth, and families involved


Capitol Chapter works with the USFS Prairie City Ranger District repairing aspen protection fences we constructed in the past, and removing invasive trees within those fences. There is work for everyone. We generally have camping available. 

If you are interested in participating, please contact project manager Joe Purdy at [email protected] or 503-689-4334.

Ways to Support Capitol Chapter

Fred Meyer Rewards

Sign-up for Fred Meyer Community Rewards at https://www.fredmeyer.com/i/community/community-rewards

The Kroger Family of Companies is committed to community engagement, positive social impact and charitable giving at the national and local levels. Every community is unique, but our common goal is to partner with the neighborhoods we serve and help the people there live healthier lives.


One of the ways in which we do this is through our Fred Meyer Community Rewards program. This program makes fundraising easy by donating to local organizations based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your Card to an organization, all you have to do is shop at Fred Meyer and swipe your Shopper’s Card.

Amazon Smile

Sign-up for Amazon Smile at https://smile.amazon.com/charity?orig=%2F 

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