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Giving Back: Sportsmen Against Hunger
Sportsmen Against Hunger are on the move to tackle those empty stomachs.
With deer season upon us, Sportsmen Against Hunger are accepting meat donations from hunters all over.
This year, deer tags have expanded to at least 49,000, making it more accessible to stock up on meat.
Sportsmen Against Hunger is just one of the many ways that North Dakota gives back to their communities.
“We just hope that hunters will keep us in mind this year if they have any extra meat on hand that they can get it to our processors, then we can fill those stomachs of people who may not be getting enough meat in North Dakota,” said Programs Specialist Martha Moe.
Winters may not be as harsh, thanks to Sportsmen Against Hunger filling North Dakota freezers up with meat.