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Meet the New 2022-23 Directors & Officers

4.13.22

Meet the New 2022-23 Directors & Officers

The spring WSF board of directors transitional meeting was held April 1-2, 2022, at the Peppermill Resort & Hotel in Reno. Historically this has been a two-day meeting where day one focuses on WSF business, committee and program reports, and an initial review and debrief on the annual convention. Day two is dedicated to strategic planning for both the next fiscal year, new initiatives, opportunities, “big projects and ideas,” and setting the following year’s committees.
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WSF Signs on to Support State Management of Gray Wolves

4.2.22

WSF Signs on to Support State Management of Gray Wolves

WSF is one of 25 of the nation’s leading sporting-conservation organizations asking the Department of Interior (DOI) to appeal the recent District Court ruling in California that put the gray wolf back on the Endangered Species Act (ESA) list. 
By reversing the science-based decision of the Fish and Wildlife Service, the court took wolf management away from states in the Great Lakes, West Coast, and Central Rocky Mountains. Wolves in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming remain delisted and under state management.

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3.17.22

Conservationist of the Year Award Presented to President of the Alaska Wild Sheep Foundation

Alaska Wild Sheep President, Kevin Kehoe, was recently recognized by Alaska Governor Mike J. Dunleavy when he was presented the Governor’s Conservationist of the Year Award at a recent Alaska SCI Banquet.  
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