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About US

The IMWPND  is a group of North Dakota citizens who provide hunting and fishing opportunities to military personnel who have been injured in the line of duty.

The IMWPND provides injured service members and veterans a chance to continue hunting or fishing as they once did. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department provides 10 deer license to be used by our heroes. The IMWPND assist by providing lodging, a place to hunt, travel expenses and assistance before, during and after the hunt.

In 2018 the IMWPND began a partnership with Theodore Roosevelt National Park, South Unit, to assist with culling cow elk.  

Our Hunts not only show our appreciation for everything these men and women have done for the country, but also help in the recovery process.

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Board of Directors

The Board of Directors serves by holding monthly meetings to conduct business of the Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota, (IMWPND). 100% of all donations are used for the program.  Board members serve without compensation of any kind, other than the satisfaction of helping repay our injured veterans for their many sacrifices.

President – Roger Kadrmas; Farmer/ Rancher

Vice President – Chris Kadrmas; Business Owner

Treasurer – Lisa Guenther; US Navy Veteran  

Secretary – Cathy Logosz; Wife of US Army Veteran

Director of Field Operations –  Dan Dolechek; Avid ND Sportsman.

Webmaster – Kwame Agyemang-Duah; Business Owner

Field Rep – Dave Logosz; US Army Sniper Vietnam Veteran