People have continuously used furbearers in North America for clothing, food, and religious ceremonies for the past 11,000 years. Today, whether in an industrial, urban, rural, or remote setting trapping and fur are still of cultural and economic importance and furbearers continue to be utilized and managed as valuable renewable natural resources.

Regulated trapping today plays a multi-dimensional role in the management of wildlife and the harvest of natural resources. Trapping is also a controversial issue in society. This website is designed to provide you with information and perspective on this subject.

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