I was out in the woods in my area last Sunday scouting for trash to be cleaned up next weekend. I stopped at all shooting sites and talked with shooters. Most of them were families with kids. Great to see! Out of the 24 people I talked with, 18 said they were familiar with NWFA. 4 said they were members and had seen our cleanup threads (2 of those had been here a while back only for the classifieds). 4 were from Sandy, OR, heard about NWFA, and were familiar with the wildcat area on Mt Hood but where unaware of the recent shooting enhancement done up there. It was a good ice breaker conversation and nice to be well received by perfect strangers. At work, which is all around the metro area and mostly at businesses, I occasionally mention NWFA and am often surprised to learn how well known we are. And if they didn't know about us, they do now. Of course I mostly chat with like minded people, as in; while out shooting or I happen to notice hunting/fishing or taxidermy on their walls, so my observations are a little on the 'stacked' side. (I don't think I'd be looking to strike up a conversation down at the local University campus or a Starbucks lounge). Still, it's good to hear feedback from complete strangers and know they have a good respect for this organization. Do you engage in conversation with strangers about NWFA? What feedback do you get?