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Welcomes Navajo Nation as New Affiliate

10.6.22

Welcomes Navajo Nation as New Affiliate

The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) welcomed the Navajo Nation Department of Fish and Wildlife as a new Affiliate.

"Our Chapters and Affiliates represent a driving force for wild sheep conservation efforts on the ground," said Gray N. Thornton, President and CEO of the Wild Sheep Foundation. "Having supported their youth hunting and wild sheep management programs for years, we are thrilled to be able to expand our relationship with the Navajo Nation Department of Fish & Wildlife as our newest Affiliate."
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10.3.22

FY 2022-23 Approved Conservation Grant-In-Aid Requests

WSF's Board of Directors has approved $1.22 Million in conservation Grants-in-Aid (GIA) for its July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023 fiscal year. These are but one “bucket” of the $2.6 Million Mission Programs. Added with an anticipated $4 Million that will be directed to state, provincial and tribal/First Nation partners through 2023 conservation permit sales, WSF is on track to direct for the fifth year in a row more than $6 Million annually in Mission Program Funding.
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Montana Bighorn Tag Auctioned at the Sheep Show®

10.3.22

Montana Bighorn Tag Auctioned at the Sheep Show®

The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) will again raise money for wild sheep conservation in Montana by auctioning the 2023 state-wide bighorn sheep permit. The Sheep Show® Convention and Expo for all things mountain game hunting and wild sheep conservation will be held in Reno, NV, January 14-16, 2023.
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