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As hunting licenses go unsold in Indiana, officials and advocates look for answers

Indiana officials are looking for ways to encourage more women and youth to become game hunters as the state continues to issue a declining number of hunting licenses.

The state's wildlife preservation programs rely on the sale of hunting licenses as a main source of funding, so Indiana's decline in hunting over the past decade is threatening conservation efforts along with communities and businesses that profit from the sport.

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