Division of Agriculture & Natural Resources
Programs & Services
- Natural Resources
- Muscogee (Creek) Nation Ag Youth Program
- Storm Shelter Program
Office Contact – (918) 549-2555
Jacob Rippy, Wildlife Program Coordinator – (539) 244-2220
Wildlife Permit Application
To apply for a hunting, fishing and/or gathering permit online, please click the link below and provide all information.
This is open to all citizens that live in or out of the reservation. The permit is free and citizens just need to provide a copy of their Muscogee Creek Citizenship Card and fill out the form to receive their permit.
You will need to upload a copy of your citizenship card in jpeg. or pdf. format, or you may email it to email@example.com with your name in the subject line.
You may also schedule an appointment to apply in person by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this permit is a trespassing permit that allows you to access the lands that the wildlife program specifically manages for our citizens. The directions to these properties and the maps of each property are listed below.
Hunting Map – Hanna Farm – Aerial
Hunting Map – Hanna Farm – Topo
Hunting Map – North Mac – Aerial
Hunting Map – North Mac – Topo
Hunting Map – South Mac- Aerial
Hunting Map – South Mac – Topo
Hunting Map – The 400 – Aerial
Hunting Map – The 400 – Topo
Hunting Map All Locations – Aerial
Hunting Map All Locations – Topo
If you are able to have success in the field, we do ask that you fill out a harvest form. By doing so we are able to better apply our efforts and resources for citizens to benefit.
This Report is not a tag and is used by the Wildlife Program for data collection.
Ag Youth Program
The following services are offered to Muscogee Creek youth, ages 8 to 19 years old, who live within the Muscogee Creek Nation boundaries and are enrolled in either their county 4-H program or their local F.F.A. chapter.
Livestock Assistance Program
This program is designed to help offset the cost of a livestock show project (cattle, sheep, goats, or pigs). Each student is eligible for $500 annually.
Each student is eligible for $300 annually to help purchase archery equipment to be used in their 4-H or F.F.A. programs.
Each student is eligible for$300 annually to attend various leadership activities, camps, conventions, and State and National sponsored leadership trainings.
Offers $150 annually for students to purchase poultry, rabbits, feed, or equipment used in poultry production.
The MCN Ag Youth Development program will purchase official 4-H and F. F .A. jackets for students on an every other year basis.
Our program also hosts the MCN All-Indian Livestock Show at the beginning of each year and a speech contest in late spring.
Billy Haltom, MCN Ag Youth Program Manager, (918) 732-7628