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WSF’s Clay Brewer Wins DSC Conservation Trailblazer Award
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) congratulates one of its own, Clay Brewer, for winning the first-ever Dallas Safari Club (DSC) Conservation Trailblazer Award.
The award celebrates the immense contribution of wildlife professionals in the field of game and non-game wildlife conservation, including wildlife and habitat management, and applied research, and policy. Brewer serves as WSF’s Conservation Director and Bighorn Programs Lead.
WSF Unveils SHEEP WEEK®, The Experience
The Wild Sheep Foundation (WSF) today unveiled plans for the organization’s online Sheep Week® event that will take place on January 11 – 16, 2021.
MISSION FUNDING: FY2020-21 Grant-in-Aid Projects
WSF remains laser-focused on our mission, maintaining or increasing wild sheep numbers while improving habitat and herd health.
For our 2020-2021 fiscal year, our biologist staff and volunteer conservation experts have evaluated and prioritized twenty-nine different boots-on-the-ground projects to fund. Each was selected to ensure measurable and tangible results for our priorities to enhance wild sheep habitat and restore wild sheep into those habitats.