New Member Orientation & Work Day – April 21st @ 8:30AM (KM Chapter Grounds)

For NEW AND OLD MEMBERS ALIKE. We will do a walk through of the grounds, do’s and don’ts of bird care, planting birds, catching birds, loading launchers, and be available to answer any questions you may have. 

With that we will also have a season opener workday to make sure our grounds are presentable and workable for the training season. Our hope was to be able to host this prior to the first training day but due to busy schedules this is the day that worked best for board members. We will be cleaning up the tree lines, trails, parking lot, pens, etc. We will also be building a few picnic tables for the arena. 

Please follow the highlighted link to signup for the orientation/workday! We will have a main course provided by the chapter but encourage the membership to bring a side/dessert to pass!

Sign Up HERE

Spring Outing – May 11th @ 10:00am – 3:00pm (Sheboygan Falls Conservation Club)

We will be hosting the outing again at Sheboygan Falls Conservation Club at N6390 Meadowlark Rd Sheboygan Wi 53085.

We will be able to have a trap field as well as a skeet field open for our members to practice their shotgun skills and enjoy the camaraderie among each other. We ask that you bring a dish to pass. We have taken the liberty of requesting the clubhouse which was granted and we will have a bartender on site serving soda, water, and when the shooting is done also beer.

We are hoping this helps warm up everyone’s guns for the training season and allows for new and returning members alike to meet and train together. It will be held from 10:00-3:00.  Rounds of trap cost $6.00 per round. Sign up below.

Sign Up HERE

Annual Youth Learn to Hunt – August 24th (County U & Sheboygan Falls Conservation Club)

We invite youth for a day of experiencing the adventure that is being an upland hunter and dog trainer! The day will consist of three portions.

Clay target shooting will be done at the Sheboygan Falls Conservation Club with the assistance of the members within the club to ensure safe shooting as well as providing instruction to help youth harvest game ethically and safely.

Bird hunting will also be conducted. During the Hunt, youth will be accompanied by a dog handler and mentor – this is to ensure safety for all involved.

There will be a game handling and safety seminar with a State of Wisconsin Warden as well.

We need all hands on deck with volunteers in order to continue making this event a special success for youth and their families.

Click HERE to volunteer