During the 2014 NAGA General Membership meeting, members voted to offer a new Associate Member level. This new level will allow NAGA members to sign up friends, family members, employees, hunting enthusiast and industry associates as an NAGA Associate Member. The cost for each Associate Member is $25.00 annually. Each Associate Member will receive an NAGA News subscription for 6 issues.

The Associate Members will not have voting rights, will not appear in the Annual NAGA Directory, and will not be listed on the NAGA website. They will however receive the latest information distributed via the NAGA E-mail Newsletter and the NAGA News.

You can enroll Associate Members by clicking on the “Join NAGA” link on www.mynaga.org. Once the Join screen displays, you will need to scroll down and select Associate Member, fill in the Associate Member’s information (including e-mail address) and pay with either a Visa or MasterCard.

You can also send an e-mail to INFO@MYNAGA.ORG to enroll Associate Members. Include Associate Member in the Subject line and list the Associate Member(s) information. The required information is:

First and Last Name
Complete Mailing Address
E-mail Address
Company to bill for the Associate Memberships.

You can also send the required information for the Associate Member(s) you want to enroll to:

North American Gamebird Association
Attn: Treasurer
01406 E US Highway 50
Pierceville, KS 67868




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