Category: Conservation News

  • OUTDOORS TOMORROW FOUNDATION LAUNCHES PARTNERSHIP WITH ARKANSAS GAME AND FISH COMMISSION

    Alliance Makes Outdoor Skills and Conservation Curriculum  Available to Schools Across the ‘Natural State’ GoOTF.com DALLAS – Oct. 20, 2020 – The leading provider of outdoor skill, safety and conservation curriculum to schools nationwide—the Outdoors Tomorrow Foundation—is partnering with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission to make its unique Outdoor Adventures program available to middle and high […]

  • Wade Bourne Nature Center opens in Tennessee

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Oct. 20, 2020 – The Wade Bourne Nature Center near Clarksville, Tenn., will open to the public on Saturday, Oct. 24. The Center is in Montgomery County’s Rotary Park. Wade Bourne is the former editor-at-large of Ducks Unlimited (DU) magazine, a former DU TV co-host, outdoor journalist, father, husband and longtime wildlife conservation supporter […]

  • SCI’s Hunter Advocacy Action Center a Vital Resource for Hunters Amid Election

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 19, 2020) – Safari Club International equips sportsmen and women to protect their right to hunt now and for decades to come through the Hunter Advocacy Action Center. As the only pro-hunting organization in Washington, D.C. with full-time policy experts and in-house legal counsel dedicated to protecting the freedom to hunt, SCI is uniquely positioned to connect […]

  • ICYMI: Trump’s environmental record is unprecedented

    By: U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt Recently, President Trump’s critics have ramped up their attempts to discredit his administration’s impressive environmental record with bluster and rhetoric untethered from reality. One such example is an opinion piece from Sen. Martin Heinrich of New Mexico, who makes numerous erroneous claims about the administration’s records. […]

  • Hunting, Fishing Groups Release Statement on 30 by 30 Concept

    EDGEFIELD, S.C. — Today, National Wild Turkey Federation joins the voices of the nation’s leading hunting, fishing and habitat conservation organizations to support the Thirty by Thirty Initiative (30 by 30 Initiative) to establish a goal of placing 30% of the planet’s lands and waters under protected status by the year 2030. Given the historic and ongoing […]

  • Lancaster Archery Supply Renews Support for The Pope and Young Club

    Chatfield, MN – The Pope and Young Club is proud to announce that Lancaster Archery Supply has renewed their support through our Corporate Partner Program. Lancaster has continued their strong commitment to wildlife conservation, the protection, and defense of our bowhunting heritage and fair-chase ethics. “Lancaster Archery Supply is excited about the future of the […]

  • SCI Foundation Shifts to Virtual Agenda for 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 15, 2020) – Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and international travel restrictions, the Safari Club International Foundation will now host the 18th African Wildlife Consultative Forum entirely virtual from Nov. 10-12, 2020. SCIF’s premier activity in Africa, the AWCF, brings together government officials, professional hunting associations, wildlife biologists, community-based organizations and other stakeholders […]

  • Walk The Talk America Announce New Board Member

    Dustin Jones, CPA Board member and Chief Financial Officer (SVP) of Armscor Precision International, Joins WTTA as Treasurer. Las Vegas, NV (October 2020) – Walk The Talk America (WTTA), a non-profit organization designed to bridge the gap between the firearms industry and owners and the mental health industry are pleased to announce the addition of Dustin Jones, CPA, […]

  • Nashville, NASCAR and Bass Pro Shops Team Up for CSF’s 16th Annual Wine, Wheels & Wildlife

    October 15, 2020 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) – Yesterday, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) partnered with NASCAR Hall of Famer and CSF Honorary Board Member Richard Childress to host CSF’s 16th Annual Wine, Wheels & Wildlife. Normally held every year at Childress Vineyards in Lexington, North Carolina, this year’s event took place virtually where a number of representatives […]

  • Statement on Senator Lisa Murkowski calling Pebble “the wrong mine in the wrong place”

    ANCHORAGE—SalmonState thanks Senator Lisa Murkowski for today calling the proposed Pebble Mine “the wrong mine in the wrong place,” pledging to use the appropriations process in Congress to ensure the Bristol Bay region is protected from the proposed mine, and pledging to work on “longer-term protections for the region” during the next Congress. The organization […]