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The deadline is Oct. 1 for North Dakota clubs or communities to apply for a grant to help support a high school trap team, or for firearm and shooting ranges.

The program aims to help boost infrastructure to support youth shooting, according to Game and Fish Department education section leader Marty Egeland.

“For example, this grant is intended to be used for trap throwers, trap houses, sidewalks and voice pulls,” he said.

Firearm and shooting range grants can be used on projects that provide free public access, storage buildings, or on such items as berms, benches, target hangers and throwers.

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“This grant encompasses any type of shooting range, with priority given to certain projects that you can find on the application,” Egeland said.

Interested applicants can print out the grant application online at the Game and Fish website, gf.nd.gov.

For more information, contact Egeland at (701) 328-6300, or email him at megeland@nd.gov.

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