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Valley Guiding and Outfitting Supports QDMA Canada

August 26, 2020 | By QDMA Staff
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Screen Shot 2016 08 26 at 2.47.46 PMATHENS, GA (August 26, 2020) – The Quality Deer Management Association in Canada (QDMA Canada) is pleased to announce Valley Guiding and Outfitting as its newest supporter. Valley Guiding and Outfitting (VGO) operates in Eastern Ontario, providing fully guided fishing charters on the Ottawa River as well as habitat consultations and production of their own food plot seed blends and mineral products.

“We are very excited to be a part of the QDMA Team.” said Phil Lambert, President of VGO. “Deer management has always been a passion of ours, and the chance to support QDMA Canada is truly an honor.”

“As the footprint and influence of QDMA Canada grows, we are excited by those wanting to join our family of sponsors and supporters,” said Rob Argue, Director of Operations and Outreach in Canada. “Valley Guiding and Outfitting offers quality services and products that are a very welcome addition to our members and Association as a whole.”

For more information about Valley Guiding and Outfitting, please contact Phil Lambert at 613-281-6452 or visit

Rack Stacker Becomes First Corporate Sponsor of QDMA Canada

As published at
by Lindsay Thomas Jr.
on July 18, 2020

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ATHENS, GA (July 14, 2020) - The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to welcome Rack Stacker as the first official Corporate Sponsor of QDMA Canada. Rack Stacker specializes in food plot seed blends and deer mineral products adapted for the harsher climates of the northern United States and Canada.

“Since the beginning of my whitetail hunting career, I have followed the QDMA’s Four Cornerstones of deer management,” said Steve Elmy, owner of Rack Stacker. “Everything I’ve done to improve the hunting on my 88-acre property I learned from QDMA, and now I have the ability to give back to this great organization. Rack Stacker has been a proud supporter for nearly 10 years, and we will continue to spread the word about the importance of joining and supporting QDMA.”

“QDMA Canada can’t think of a better first sponsor than Steve Elmy and Rack Stacker,” said Rob Argue, Director of Operations and Outreach for QDMA Canada. “Steve is a Level II QDMA Deer Steward graduate and has been a longtime advocate of both QDM principles and the Association itself. QDMA Canada is very excited to work with Rack Stacker to bring QDMA to the forefront in Canada.”

For more information about Rack Stacker, visit the Rack Stacker website.

QDMA Canada Partners With Dean Partridge’s Canadian Whitetail

As published at
by Lindsay Thomas Jr.
on June 29, 2021

QDMA Canada 2016 200.jpgATHENS, GA (June 22, 2021) - The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to announce a new partnership between QDMA Canada and Dean Partridge’s Canadian Whitetail that will provide Canadian Whitetail viewers with reliable guidance on deer and habitat management while increasing awareness of QDMA Canada throughout the country.

"Working with QDMA Canada is a natural fit for us here at Canadian Whitetail,” said Dean Partridge. “Improving habitat and conditions for whitetails is a passion I am very fortunate to share with QDMA, and I am honored to partner with them to improve our viewers’ hunting experiences and advance good stewardship in the field.”

Through the new partnership, QDMA Canada will provide content on the Quality Deer Management philosophy, deer hunting and habitat management while Canadian Whitetail will introduce its viewership to QDMA Canada and the benefits of supporting the QDMA mission.

“QDMA Canada is incredibly proud to have Dean Partridge and his crew at Canadian Whitetail as partners and advocates for our Association,” said Rob Argue, Director of Operations and Outreach for QDMA Canada. “As the only whitetail-specific television show in Canada, Dean has the proven experience, knowledge and personality to share his passion for deer and deer hunting that so closely mirrors those of the QDMA in Canada.”

Dean Partridge’s Canadian Whitetail airs on WildTV in Canada and on the Pursuit Channel in the United States.