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Domestic Sheep Grazing on Public Land

5.4.21

Domestic Sheep Grazing on Public Land

Wild sheep don't happen by chance because they are a part of nature. There are many moving parts and behind-the-scenes work that WSF must engage in to fulfill its purpose of Putting and Keeping Wild Sheep on the Mountain®. Vigilance around domestic sheep grazing allotments on public lands is one of these mission-critical boxes requiring constant engagement.
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Spring Youth Turkey Hunt: WSF’s Involvement

5.4.21

Spring Youth Turkey Hunt: WSF’s Involvement

The entire spring youth turkey hunt in Indiana occurred on just two days- Saturday, April 17 and Sunday, April 18th.  Unlike past years, the Wild Sheep Foundation was involved this year in helping inspire and educate youth by helping to sponsor a youth turkey hunt event.
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Bighorn Disease Management Workshop Announcement

5.3.21

Bighorn Disease Management Workshop Announcement

Mike Cox, Daryl Lutz, with help from our organizing committee and Renee Schell, WGFD Information Specialist, finalized the announcement for the Bighorn Sheep Test and Remove Workshop with the link to register for it.
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