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Wild Sheep Foundation Conducts Successful Thinhorn Sheep Summit II

4.18.17

Wild Sheep Foundation Conducts Successful Thinhorn Sheep Summit II

Bozeman, Montana – April 18, 2017: The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF), the international leader in the conservation and restoration of wild sheep, held a successful Thinhorn Sheep Summit II in Anchorage, Alaska last week, bringing together more than 110 Dall’s sheep and Stone’s sheep wildlife managers and veterinarians, First Nations representatives, federal land and resource management experts, geneticists, resident hunters, guide/outfitter representatives, interested sportsmen and women, and other stakeholders.   
 
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WSF Welcomes New Board of Directors Members

4.18.17

WSF Welcomes New Board of Directors Members

Bozeman, Montana – April 18, 2017: Bozeman, Montana based Wild Sheep Foundation, the international leader in the conservation and restoration of wild sheep, welcomes the appointment of four new members to the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
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Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Takes Action on Sportsmen’s Package

3.31.17

Senate Energy & Natural Resources Committee Takes Action on Sportsmen’s Package

Bozeman, Montana – March 30, 2017: Bozeman, Montana based Wild Sheep Foundation, the international leader in the conservation and restoration of wild sheep, applauds action taken this morning by the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. On a voice vote, the Senate E&NR Committee advanced S.733, a bipartisan sportsmen’s package, addressing many priorities for American hunters, anglers and recreational shooters.
 
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