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Come enjoy a weekend exploring wild game preparation and cooking!
The next Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure will take place at Barry Conservation Camp in Milan, N.H., on September 26-28, 2014. Registration will open in July 2014.
Registration is first-come, first-served. Participants must be age 18 or older. The cost for the weekend is $150, which includes instruction, food, and rustic lodging. All proceeds benefit Barry Conservation Camp.
Participants get hands-on instruction and practice dressing wild game, cutting meat, planning game menus, and preparing wild game for cooking. Activities run from Friday evening through noon on Sunday. Saturday features a full day of instruction and cooking, followed by a game dinner and entertainment 'round the campfire. Bring your appetite and experience the taste of the wild!
For more information on the wild game cooking weekend, contact Gary Sleeper at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mark Beachesne at 603-271-3211.
To sign up for email updates about the Wild Game Weekend, click here and select "Barry Conservation Camp" as one of your e-news preferences.
Thanks to the generous donors who made the 2013 event possible.
The Wild Game Culinary Adventure is sponsored by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, the Belknap County Sportsmen's Association, and the New Hampshire Wildlife Federation. It is also made possible by a host of generous donors - please click here and support these businesses!
Barry Conservation Camp provides overnight summer youth programming sponsored by N.H. Fish and Game and 4-H Cooperative Extension. In recent years, New Hampshire's outdoor community, led by the Belknap County Sportsmen, has worked together to fully renovate Barry Conservation Camp; improvements continue to be made each year. Active fundraising efforts are underway to ensure the camp's future financial stability through the Barry Camp Fund. The Wild Game Culinary Adventure weekend plays an important role by raising funds used for annual operating costs at the camp. Learn more at www.wildnh.com/barrycamp.