About Us

The officers and board of directors of Turkeys For Tomorrow (TFT) will work diligently with cooperating state wildlife agencies, university professors and students, wildlife professionals, and hunters to identify the most pressing issues facing wild turkey populations while working to preserve time-honored turkey hunting traditions. TFT will rely on the aforementioned partners for input to determine where funding is most needed. Once a project is chosen and the funding amount determined TFT, will apply those funds to that project during the year in which the project is started and each subsequent year thereafter as needed when funds become available as determined by the TFT board. The chosen agency or agencies can only spend TFT funds on that project. Agencies receiving TFT funds will be asked to apply matching funds and report results to the TFT board of directors. Agencies receiving TFT funds will be required to provide a written, itemized account of how and where the funds were spent and report the progress of the project to the TFT board of directors so we can issue progress reports to our contributors.




Co-Chairman of the Board

Jim Ronquest lives in east-central Arkansas and has been hunting turkeys for 43 years. He appeared in several Primos Truth Series videos and is co-host and producer of the popular RNTV television show on Sportsman Channel. In 2006, he won the prestigious World Duck Calling Championship in Stuttgart, AR. Although Jimbo comes from the duck hunting world, his other passion is spring turkey hunting. Thankfully, he does not have to choose between the two.


Ron Jolly

Co-Chairman of the Board

Ron Jolly lives in east-central Alabama and has hunted turkeys for six decades. He is an award-winning author, video and television producer, and a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation's Grand National Hall of Fame.



TFT President

David Cardin has hunted turkeys for 45 years and resides in south-central Arkansas. He made regular appearances on Primos Truth Series videos for more than 20 years. Cardin’s unique hunting and calling style and woods savvy established him as one of the most popular members of the Primos Video Crew.


mark yarborough

TFT Secretary/Treasurer

Mark Yarborough has been hunting turkeys 38 years and lives in north Mississippi. He has 30 years of experience as a wildlife manager and ecosystem restoration expert. His passion is providing habitat that benefits all wildlife.



Board Member

Kevin Matthews lives in south Alabama and has 29 years of turkey hunting experience. Matthews has appeared on numerous television shows and hunting DVDs produced by Mossy Oak and Primos. He works with Primos to develop mouth diaphragm calls and is credited with designing the Primos Signature Series, the Hook Hunter Series, and the Hacked Off Series of calls and most recently the Mossy Oak Mouth Call Series. He has hunted and worked with world champion callers Bob Walker, Preston Pittman and Larry Norton to name a few.



Board Member

Jill Easton lives in North Arkansas and has been hunting turkeys for 36 years. She is an award-winning writer, photographer and Past President and Chairman of the Board of the Southeastern Outdoor Press Association who contributes to numerous outdoor magazines and websites. She is also an upland predator trapper who focuses upon and writes about managing turkey predators, She was named the Arkansas Trappers Association's Trapper of the Year in 2008. During the summer she fishes for catfish and scouts turkeys on nearby Lake Norfork.


Board Member

Coates Head lives in northeast Louisiana and has hunted turkeys 42 years. A farmer by trade, Head appeared on Truth Series videos and television over a 20 year period. He manages several large tracts of land for deer, waterfowl, and turkeys.


Board Member

Jim Spencer has been hunting turkeys for 43 years and lives in north-central Arkansas. He is the author of Turkey Hunter’s Digest, Bad Birds, and the recently released Bad Birds 2. He pens the Bad Birds feature in Turkey and Turkey Hunting Magazine and has published more than 1,000 turkey hunting articles.
Phillip Morton


Board Member

Philip Morton has been hunting turkeys for 32 years and lives in east-central Alabama.  He spent many of his younger years guiding hunts.  This led him to his true passion of introducing both young and old newcomers to the turkey woods.

Will Dixon


Board Member

Will Dixon lives in the small south Alabama town of Pine Apple. He was raised in West Point, Mississippi, a second-generation turkey hunter with 26 years of turkey hunting experience. He has been involved in the outdoor industry his entire life. He is a registered forester who works for Larson & McGowin Forestry Consultants, LLC managing timber properties for a wide array of clients across south Alabama. His love for the outdoors, especially the wild turkey, is evident in his work and recreation, always making sure that something is given back to the land.

Carter Weeks


Board Member & Legal Counsel

Carter Weeks resides in East-Central Alabama and is a second-generation turkey hunter with 30 years of turkey hunting experience.  He is a partner of the Samford & Denson Law Firm located in Opelika, Alabama, specializing in corporate and real estate transactions.  He is an avid turkey hunter and caller who enjoys giving back to the sport of turkey hunting.  He enjoys traveling to hunt turkeys with friends and family and enjoys managing property for deer, waterfowl, and turkeys.

Chase Grubbs


Director of Marketing

Chase Grubbs grew up in the outdoors. Originally from Farmville, Va, he graduated from Virginia Tech in the spring of 2020. At an early age, he fell in love with wild turkeys and creating better habitat for all wildlife. He got his start in the outdoor industry with the Midwest Whitetail internship filming and editing. Chase has 15 years of experience hunting turkeys. He is no stranger to traveling hunting public lands around the country in pursuit of the wild turkey.

Contact Chase for any partnership inquires.
Phone: (434) 547-4367
Email: grubbs@turkeysfortomorrow.org

turkeys for tomorrow is a 501(c)3 non profit organization


P.O. Box 64 Pope, MS 38658

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