Mission of NFH

Our Mission
The Nebraska Fur Harvesters is a nonprofit organization. It
is dedicated to preservation of your freedom to trap.
Having been founded in 1973, it has established itself with a
strong reputation and voice for the vital interest of all
Nebraska trappers.

The NFH is affiliated with the National Trappers Association
and Fur Takers of America and works closely with the Wildlife Legislative Fund of America, National Rifle Association, and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

The NFH was initially formed in a spirit of brotherhood to
uphold the fundamental rights of trappers in our state, to promote fair and just trapping laws, and to ensure that trapping seasons are consistent with good wildlife management and conservation. It is making every effort to promote American wild fur and, with constant effort, to promote a fair price for all wild fur.

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3 responses

  1. Nathan Morgan

    Hi my name is Nathan Morgan and last month I bought a membership at the trapping convention in lexington NE. I was told that I would be receving a magazine and have yet to see it. Please email me with some info thank you. My email address is gonecountry21@yahoo.com or you can call me at 308-249-1295

    October 31, 2011 at 6:29 am

  2. Patsy

    Would like to get some names of trappers in our area. We have several beaver dams along our creek and draws and need some trappers to get them out of our area.

    January 5, 2012 at 8:32 pm

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