Outdoor opportunities! IMWPND in conjunction with the national park service.

What We offer

Volunteers must be North Dakota born veterans and honorably discharged from service. While a Purple Heart or duty-related injury is required to hunt deer through the IMWPND, it is not required for this program. The volunteers will be able to keep the meat of one cow elk. All expenditures incurred, including travel, lodging and meals will be paid for by IMWPND. Volunteers will receive $300 for meat processing.

IMWPND & TRNP Elk Culling Program

Volunteers must be North Dakota born veterans and honorably discharged from service. While a Purple Heart or duty-related injury is required to hunt deer through the IMWPND, it is not required for this program. The volunteers will be able to keep the meat of one cow elk. All expenditures incurred, including travel, lodging and meals will be paid for by IMWPND. Volunteers will receive $300 for meat processing.

Applications are accepted January 1st through June 1st of each year.

Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota is fashioned after the national Wounded Warrior Project by providing injured service members and veterans a chance to continue hunting or fishing as they once did. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department provides ten deer licenses to be used by these heroes. Applicants are required to have a Purple Heart or duty-related injury to qualify for a deer hunt.

IMWPND Deer Hunt

Injured Military Wildlife Project of North Dakota is fashioned after the national Wounded Warrior Project by providing injured service members and veterans a chance to continue hunting or fishing as they once did. The North Dakota Game and Fish Department provides ten deer licenses to be used by these heroes. Applicants are required to have a Purple Heart or duty-related injury to qualify for a deer hunt.

Applications are accepted January 1st through  September 1st of each year.