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March outdoor calendar

LINCOLN, Neb. – The following is a listing of Nebraska Game and Parks Commission events and important dates in March. Visit OutdoorNebraska.org for more event details and a list of hunter education classes and boating safety classes.

March 1-14 – Archery paddlefish permit application period

March 2 – Fisheries public informational meeting, Upper Niobrara White Natural Resources District, Chadron

March 3 – Fisheries public informational meeting, Mid-Plains Community College North Campus, North Platte

March 7 – Jesse James in Nebraska, Fort Atkinson State Historical Park, Fort Calhoun

March 7, 14, 21, 28 – Marsh Madness, Ponca State Park, Ponca

March 10 – Little Saplings Early Childhood Nature Discovery Program, Schramm Education Center, Gretna

March 10 – Nebraska Wildlife Trunks Training, Education Service Unit #2, Fremont

March 11, 16, 18, 30 – Project WILD and Aquatic WILD Educator Workshop, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Henzlik Hall), Lincoln

March 14 – Crow hunting season closes

March 14-15 – Conversations with Your Conservation Officer, Schramm Education Center, Gretna

March 15 – Schramm Sunday Speaker Series, Schramm Education Center, Gretna

March 19-20 – Nebraska Game and Parks Commission meeting, Central Community College, Hastings

March 20 – Growing Up WILD Educator Workshop, Crete Public Library, Crete

March 21 – NASP State Tournament, Lancaster Event Center, Lincoln

March 21 – Spring Equinox: Traditions and Celebrations, Wildcat Hills State Recreation Area, Gering

March 25 – Archery spring turkey hunting season opens

March 26 – It’s Owl Good, Code Beer Company, Lincoln

March 30 – Animal Misfits, Boiler Brewing Company, Lincoln

March 31 – Trapping seasons close for muskrat and beaver

About Jerry Kane

Jerry Kane is the news manager with the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. He can be contacted at jerry.kane@nebraska.gov or 402-471-5008.

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