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American Forest Management Honored Soldiers from Wounded Warrior Project


American Forest Management, along with the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), hosted a two-day event in Edgefield, South Carolina, for veterans and service members that are part of the Wounded Warrior Project. The event consisted of a full day shooting sporting clays, followed by an early-morning hunt. American Forest Management hosted 12 warriors, who were partnered with a member of their staff and NWTF volunteers for both days.

“Our nation’s landowners are free to enjoy their rights as property owners and are able to use the land they desire, passing it on the next generation. Our freedom comes at a high price and through the unselfish sacrifices of our military,” said John Cheatham, American Forest Management Carolinas Region Manager. “Partnering with the National Wild Turkey Federation allows American Forest Management the opportunity to participate in events such as the Wounded Warrior Project and in doing so we can show our appreciation for their service.”

The sporting clays event will be held at the NWTF’s Palmetto Shooting Complex in Edgefield, South Carolina. The morning hunt will be held on private land in Edgefield County.