FishingCommunity.Org, a non-profit organization, has partnered with the Bureau of Land Management to create the Fisheries for Veterans Project (F4V), a community-based, nation-wide effort.
The Fisheries for Veterans Project is an innovative partnership that works with local communities to help design, develop and conduct activities connecting veterans and their families, local communities, government programs, and non-profit organizations.
All Fisheries for Veterans Project activities are free of charge and open to all veterans, all veteran family members, of any disability, of any service campaign. We invite participation by any person, organization or agency who wants to help make a difference. Click to contact us, volunteer and/or donate.
We provide more relevance to public and government activities by using public fishing and water resources as a tool to encourage social networking and mentoring, emphasizing health and life cycle management in an era of high stress and an increasingly chaotic world. We also provide educational and job skills knowledge though on the ground activities that involve and connect the public with fish habitat restoration activities.
We do not repeat what others are already doing. But we do want to help them do it better and use the combined strength of others to achieve our shared outcomes. Ultimately, the partnership envisions serving not just veterans but all community members that can benefit from activities.