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Safari Club International is the leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and in promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. We provide value to members by shaping policies and legislation that protect the freedom to hunt locally, nationally and internationally.
We keep members informed regarding issues that impact hunting while educating and entertaining members with engaging articles about the rich heritage of hunting in all forms of media.
We provide a community for hunters worldwide where camaraderie is enjoyed and expert information is exchanged, and where members are able to participate in a market for quality hunting goods and services. We promote a positive image of hunters and portraying them as responsible citizens who fund wildlife conservation, education and other programs which benefit the community.
The Elk Foundation is an international, mission based, nonprofit wildlife habitat conservation organization. With more than 150,000 members, the Elk Foundation has protected and enhanced more than 4.3 million acres of wildlife habitat throughout North America. Founded in 1984, the Elk Foundation is headquartered in Missoula, Montana with Canadian headquarters in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.
The Elk Foundation is represented in all 50 states, plus an international membership in Canada and 26 foreign countries. The Elk Foundation's notable success stems largely from its dedicated and enthusiastic membership, particularly the Foundation's local volunteer committee members who organize annual fundraising Big Game Banquets in their communities. Other forms of fundraising include the Habitat Partnership Program; Supporting, Sponsor and Life memberships; the annual convention; and merchandise and royalty programs. The commitment to wildlife conservation and love of America's rich wildlife legacy are at the heart of what the founders of the Elk Foundation glimpsed upon establishing the organization.
Headquartered in Broomfield, Colorado, the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society is a consortium of 235 member tribes with the mission to assist Native American and Alaska Native tribes with the conservation, protection, and enhancement of their fish, wildlife, habitat, and cultural resources.
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HTR’s mission is to promote Tribal hunting, fishing, and recreational opportunities for Non-enrolled recreationalists through integrity and in a culturally sensitive manner.
HTR recognizes the need for wildlife management in Indian Country and will serve to support tribes with a directory of the opportunities to enhance fish and wildlife in Indian Country.
HTR recognizes great opportunities for both Tribes and the non-enrolled member hunting programs that exist on those respective tribes. Therefore HTR will serve as a directory for non-enrolled members seeking hunting, fishing, and recreational opportunities in Indian country.
The Mule Deer Foundation is the only conservation group in North America dedicated to restoring, improving, and protecting mule deer and black-tailed deer and their habitat, with a focus on science and program efficiency. Our conservation programs combined with our grassroots support are the foundation of who we are as an organization. We are committed to sustaining our western deer populations by ensuring quality habitat in the areas deer need on a daily, seasonal, and yearly basis. Our conservation efforts are delivered through efforts by MDF staff and in partnership with state and federal agencies as well as other non-profit organizations.
MDF is also a strong voice for public access, wildlife management, and conservation policy issues. We support regulated hunting as a viable component to wildlife management and we are committed to mentoring the next generation of sportsmen and women into the traditions of hunting, shooting sports, and conservation.
Hosted by the Mule Deer Foundation and Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife, the event is their primary fundraiser and the record-shattering $9.7 million raised from show passes, auctions, tag sales, and other fundraisers will be a significant boon to conservation. In addition, MDF hosted its first-ever Mule Deer Summit that featured top scientists and policy makers who discussed the opportunities and challenges facing mule deer management across the West.