- Associated Press - Saturday, October 31, 2015

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is urging deer hunters to help the Sportsmen Against Hunger program with meat donations.

The charitable program raises money for the processing of donated deer and coordinates the distribution of ground venison to food pantries across North Dakota. It’s administered by Community Action Partnership, which serves low-income families.

This year’s deer proclamation allows only one deer gun license per hunter, but Game and Fish says families with more than one license might want to consider donating a deer. Hunters with an archery and muzzleloader license can help as well.

A list of participating processors can be found at https://www.capnd.org/ .

The deer gun season opens at noon Central time on Friday and runs through Nov. 22.

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