Dustin has served as the president for the Llano Estacado chapter since 2015 when the chapter was founded. He is a 15 year resident of Lubbock and grew up just 45 miles up the road in the small Lamb County town of Amherst. An avid outdoorsman, Dustin grew up fishing White River Lake with his grandfather who also introduced him to hunting. Upland birds have become a passion for him as he strives to help bring back sustainable habitat for wildlife for the time when his grandkids are ready to join him in the field. Dustin & his wife Shanda have 2 children, Allie & Cooper. They also have a handful of nephews who either are, or soon will be, outdoorsmen like so many members of their family. They also have two brittanies, Blue & Colt (and a cat & another dog) "My grandpa taught me from an early age to respect the land. Respect it because it's not yours, because it's home to what we hunt and because we want it to be around for the future. We spent countless hours on the water and in the field together and he is who I owe my passion to. I hope I can be as good of an advocate for our hobby as he was."
Education & Outreach Chair
The education & outreach chair is our tie to the youth in the community. From focusing on youth shooting sports to working on getting kids nominated for our national youth leadership council, our E&O chair handles all facets of our national No Child Left Indoors initiative. If you have a kid or a youth group you'd like to see involved in our chapter please reach out to Randy.
Education & Outreach Apprentice
We are currently looking for a youth member to serve as our E&O Apprentice. This young adult would work along side our E&O chair to plan and execute youth events for the chapter. If you know someone who would fit this position, please reach out to us so we can get them started.