HUNTING

YOUTH DEVELOPMENT

A 10 year old CAN achieve most goals if given the right mentorship, guidance, and tools. Our Rite of Passage program puts a child and their parent into a wilderness survival challenge. These 72 hour challenges typically entail wilderness survival skills, navigation, and obstacles. This is the "line in the sand" that youth need to begin their ascent into emerging adulthood.      

In a Tribe, everyone works together for a single purpose. There are amazing organizations throughout the US that serves children and youth. We believe in coordinating and consolidating efforts through strategic partnerships. 

Organizations that we have worked with are:

 

  • Alachua County Board of Education

  • 4-H

  • Future Farmers of America

  • American Legion

  • HOPE

  • Soldiers Freedom Outdoors

  • Outdoor Recreation 4 All

  • Team Young Gunz

  •  Boys & Girls Club

  •  Newberry Parks & Recreation

  • Boy Scouts

  • Girl Scouts

  • Girls Place, Inc.

  • North Florida Survival

  •  Youth Hunt Program of Florida

 

 

Youth Hunting Camps

November 20016 launched our strategic partnership with Florida Fish and Wildlife services to host youth hunts through the Youth Hunt Program of Florida. North Florida Survival is a key part of our team that provides instructions on wilderness survival techniques during this camp to compliment our approach in building diverse outdoorsmen. To date, we have hosted nearly 200 families, harvested more than 30 deer for first-time hunters, over 40 hogs, and a variety of other species including the elusive Osceola Turkey. 

We host various activities for a universal outreach model. Through our public relations department, we conduct classroom presentations, symposiums, and briefings to build awareness and education. A well-rounded individual is healthier, happier, and more likely to survive any given situation. 

Our diverse outreach includes:

  • Children’s Garden

  • Father-Daughter Dance

  • Hunting and Fishing Expeditions

  • Self-Defense Training

  • Mother-Son Spring Day

  • Rite of Passage

  • River Retreats

  • School Field Trips

  • Wilderness Survival Camps

 

*Children of disabled Military Veterans and First Responders may attend these events for free.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"I would like to say thank you, to you and all of the volunteers that spent the weekend with us. 

Also to everyone that we did not see that were behind the scenes making this opportunity for these young boys and girls happen. Spouses that stayed home is a big one too! I know sacrifices were made by a lot more then we saw. Thank you.

   Even though nothing was harvested, this was a successful weekend for my son. He throughly enjoyed everything about it and cannot wait until we can go again. Makes me feel great to know we can enjoy another outdoor activity together. 

  And lastly thank you for bringing Christ into your program. Say thank you to Matt for Sunday. Please keep up the good work. We will see you again."

 

—  The Heyday Family

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