Allison Rauscher on the decline in hunters and how Raise 'Em Outdoors can help.

"It's apparent that kids aren't getting outdoors like they used to. As a kid, I lived for the days my family would go camping. I would spend hours on the lakeshore catching frogs and tadpoles, fishing, and swimming. We weren't glued to a television all day, and we didn't have tablets or cellphones. It's no wonder the number of hunters are declining. So, what is happening? Can families not afford the hunting and fishing lifestyle? Is there a lack of knowledge or teachers? Are we failing our younger generations? There are plenty of reasons or excuses for it, but it comes down to how we move forward and we can start by teaching our kids about the outdoors. This is where, organizations like Raise 'Em Outdoors, are important"