Maven Optics Receives Plates From NWTF Donors

EDGEFIELD, SC — Maven Optics was honored by the National Wild Turkey Federation on May 10, receiving the prestigious NWTF Silver Life and Diamond Life Membership plaques. This recognition was in appreciation of their long-standing support, which includes product donations for local events, the national convention, and special promotions.

The awards were presented to Maven at the Grand Opening of their newly built headquarters in Lander, Wyoming. NWTF Regional Director for Montana, Wyoming, Idaho and Arkansas, Jason Tarwater, attended the event to present the awards to Maven Optics.

“For several years now, the great folks at Maven have always answered the call when it comes to supporting the NWTF’s mission in Wyoming and across the country,” Tarwater said. “Maven launched 10 years ago this July and it has been a pleasure to watch your company expand and grow. It’s a testament to building great optics, having top-notch customer service, and giving back to conservation efforts like those at NWTF. I look forward to continuing this great partnership for years to come.”

Expert, among other major donors, stands as a strong supporter of the NWTF’s mission and exemplifies leadership in conservation. His dedication goes beyond the ordinary as they strive to protect our nation’s natural resources and preserve our hunting heritage for generations to come.

“Our support of NWTF is driven by our love of wild turkeys and turkey hunting, but also by the need to work to keep turkeys in the landscape,” said Brendon Weaver, co-owner of Maven. “Science-based research, habitat creation and habitat enhancement not only help these birds, but also help a myriad of other game and non-game wildlife. NWTF’s commitment to this work ensures that wildlife, their habitat, and our hunting heritage endure into the future. That is why we have supported the NWTF in the past and will continue to support them in the future.”

To learn more about Legacy Giving with NWTF, please visit our website, here.

About the National Wild Turkey Federation

Since 1973, the National Wild Turkey Federation has invested more than half a billion dollars in wildlife conservation and has conserved or improved more than 22 million acres of critical wildlife habitat. The organization continues to advance wildlife conservation, forest resiliency, and robust recreational opportunities across the US by working beyond borders at the landscape scale.

2023 is the 50th of the NWTF he anniversary and an opportunity to push the organization’s mission into the future while honoring its rich history. for his 50 he anniversary, the NWTF has set six ambitious goals: positively impact 1 million acres of wildlife habitat; raise $500,000 for wild turkey research; increase membership to 250,000 members; dedicate $1 million to education and outreach programs; raise $5 million to invest in technology and the people of NWTF; and raise $5 million to build a $50 million endowment for the future. Find out how you can help us achieve these lofty goals.