Tuesday, September 14, 2021

New Jersey Bowhunting Organization Receives Pope and Young Stewardship Award

Pope and Young, America’s leading bowhunting organization recently honored the United Bowhunters of New Jersey (UBNJ) with the P&Y Stewardship award during the 2021 Award Ceremonies at their 32nd Biennial Convention in Reno, NV. The Stewardship Award is given to a bowhunter or bowhunting organization that, by their actions, has conveyed a positive image of bowhunting and bowhunters to both the hunting and non-hunting public.

The UBNJ is the State Bowhunting Organization for the State of New Jersey. Incorporated in 1974 as a non-profit organization, the UBNJ works to protect bow hunting and expand bowhunting opportunities while promoting fair chase hunting and sound wildlife conservation practices to protect our natural renewable resources. The dedicated council works tirelessly for their members and for all bowhunters of New Jersey.

On hand to receive the award was Pope & Young’s own Mark Kronyak –who was recently inducted into the New Jersey Bowhunters Hall of Fame.

“It is an honor to present the Stewardship award to the United Bowhunters of New Jersey” stated P&Y Executive Director Jason Rounsaville. “As an organization, and as individuals, they work tirelessly to Preserve, Promote, and Protect bowhunting and serve as a great example for all bowhunting organizations.”

The Pope and Young Club is North America's leading bowhunting and conservation organization. If you are a fair chase, ethical bowhunter, and you care about preserving the culture and future of bowhunting, then you belong to the Pope & Young Club. Join today at www.pope-young.org .