Updated: June 9, 2016, 11:15 am
As a Dedicated Hunter, you are required to perform hours of service, typically on conservation projects that benefit Utah's wildlife and habitat.
Projects may vary from helping in a DWR office to installing remote guzzlers, but all of your efforts matter. Without your help, many valuable projects would not be possible.
You can start to earn service hours after you have received notification that you have successfully drawn a place in the program.
Dedicated Hunter service hour credit can be given to wildlife and wildlife-recreation projects that are pre-approved by the DWR.