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JOINT MEMBERSHIP CHAPTERS & AFFILIATES


WSF believes that conservation of wild sheep and preservation of our outdoor heritage depends on close cooperation of our partners— our WSF Joint Membership Chapters & Affiliates. Our impact on the future of wild sheep began locally decades ago and continues today with grassroots groups of likeminded individuals and organizations who understand the issues and have the courage to act. WSF now offers discounted dual membership in our growing list of Joint Membership Chapters and Affiliates, with benefits for members and, ultimately, wild sheep everywhere.
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Joint Membership Chapters & Affiliates



ALASKA WSF

Established as an Alaskan non-profit corporation in 2014, the Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation has members throughout Alaska and across the US. This volunteer-driven organization works to facilitate science-based management of wild sheep throughout the state. Approximately 25% of North America’s wild sheep live in Alaska.

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Fraternity of the Desert Bighorn

A membership unselfishly dedicated to the welfare and conservation of Desert Bighorn and Nevada’s wildlife, the Fraternity of the Desert Bighorn maintains 115 water development projects that sustain wild sheep and desert wildlife. Headquartered in Las Vegas, the Fraternity is a 100 percent volunteer organization completely committed to the comeback of the desert’s wild sheep.

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IDAHO WSF

The mission of Idaho Wild Sheep is to enhance wild sheep populations in Idaho, and with partners in adjacent states, for public enjoyment, education, and fair chase hunting; to promote professional wildlife management, and protect sportsmen's rights. The Idaho Wild Sheep Foundation was founded in 1982 by two dozen concerned sportsmen who wanted to “put more bighorns on Idaho’s mountains.” Today, it is a thriving organization with hundreds of committed members.

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NEW MEXICO WSF

Members of the New Mexico Chapter work with the Department of Game & Fish (NMDGF) to increase populations of desert and Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep in New Mexico. The chapter has provided the NMDGF with a raffle of highly prized bighorn sheep licenses. Recently, the auction and raffle of four bighorn sheep hunting licenses brought in close to a half million dollars for the NMDGF’s bighorn sheep program, with the record-breaking raffle conducted by the New Mexico Chapter of WSF. Proceeds go to bighorn sheep research, management, and propagation in New Mexico.

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Montana State University Student Chapter of WSF

The Montana State University Wild Sheep Foundation Student Chapter was created in August of 2016 and is headquartered in Bozeman, Montana. The MSU WSF Student Chapter adheres to Wild Sheep Foundation's mission statement and values. This chapter is involved with other conservation organization's in the Bozeman area, as well as, other conservation groups assossciated with MSU. This group of students aims to educate others on conservation issues and make an impact with volunteer outdoor work, guest speakers, fundraising opportunities and more! With this group being new, this year will be the first they are active in the Sheep Show in Reno. Students from Montana State University are encouaged to join!

Please contact Kelli Poole (poole.kelli75@gmail.com) for more information! 

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NEVADA STUDENT CHAPTER OF WSF

Founded in 2012 and headquartered in Reno, the Nevada Student Chapter follows its mission to enhance wild sheep populations, promote professional wildlife management, educate the public about wild sheep and the conservation benefits of hunting, encourage fair chase hunting, and protect sportsmen's rights. The chapter advances WSF events for youth and actively participates in WSF’s fundraising and Sheep Show. Students from grade school through college and interested members of the public who participate in chapter activities are eligible to join.

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Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance

The Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance’s mission is to increase and enhance the management, range, and populations of Rocky Mountain Goats across both native and suitable non-native North American habitats without negatively impacting native ungulates. The Alliance is committed to educating the public about ongoing conservation projects and petitioning for the expansion of sustainable hunting opportunities across the continent. The Alliance conducts backpack surveys of wild goats throughout the West and welcomes volunteers.

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YUKON WSF

The Yukon Chapter of WSF is dedicated to enhancing wild sheep populations, promoting professional wildlife management, and educating the public and youth on sustainable use and the conservation benefits of hunting while promoting the interests of the hunter and all stakeholders.The Yukon is home to two species of North American wild sheep. A population of more than 22,000 Dall and Stone sheep call the Yukon mountains home.

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WSF Chapters


WSF ALBERTA

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CALIFORNIA WSF

CALIFORNIA WSF

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EASTERN CHAPTER WSF

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WSF – MIDWEST CHAPTER

WSF – MIDWEST CHAPTER

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MONTANA WSF

MONTANA WSF

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OREGON FNAWS

OREGON FNAWS

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WASHINGTON WSF

WASHINGTON WSF

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WYOMING WSF

WYOMING WSF

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WSF Affiliates


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One of the most significant benefits of becoming a Joint Membership Chapter or Affiliate is WSF's commitment to manage membership fulfillment. Send membership credentials, information, renewal forms and write a check monthly to the Joint Membership Chapters and Affiliates for the members that have joined or renewed. Other benefits include secure access to our new website. Joint Membership Chapters and Affiliates can use our streamlined simplified online platform for membership reporting, tracking blogs and communication with their members all free of charge.


 

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