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While plenty of people are making waves in the wildlife conservation world, it’s the collective leadership and membership of groups like these that are making a real impact.
Safari Club International
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SCI has spent the last 50 years as a nonprofit leader in hunter education, advocacy, and conservation programs, with a membership now totaling over 50,000 including hundreds of chapters across the United States and worldwide.
From New York to Kenya and everywhere in between, SCI has fought for hunter rights, supported anti-poaching efforts, and contributed to proper wildlife management.
Since 2000, the organization has poured over $70 million into more than 100 conservation projects in 30 countries. SCI also equips hunters to petition their state government and federal government agencies on issues that affect sportsmen and lobbies for the freedom to hunt.
Captains for Clean Water
They work to advance science-based solutions, education, and advocacy to preserve our natural resources with a bipartisan focus on wetlands, water quality, and marine conservation. Their work is what will keep fisheries in commission for years to come.
Your Turn to Get Involved
You don’t need to be a conservation scientist or hold a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree in environmental science, ecology, and sustainability to take an active role in wildlife conservation.
Join the thousands who are continuing the conservation efforts of Theodore Roosevelt today. Get involved by joining a reputable conservation organization, volunteering your time, and spreading the word that hunting (and fishing) is conservation.
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