Washington, D.C.— Safari Club International (SCI) and The Green Way Outdoors are proud to announce an exciting new partnership, which includes an SCI segment that airs during select episodes this fall on the HISTORY Channel. The segment will air during two back-to-back 30-minute episodes of The Green Way Outdoors on September 30, 2023, at 9:00 and 9:30 a.m. EST.
The Green Way Outdoors seeks to make hunting and fishing more accessible to Millennials and Gen-Z through an entirely new style of educational and entertainment content. Each episode of The Green Way Outdoors is about a specific hunting or fishing tactic for a particular species. The Green Way Outdoors team takes viewers from nature to the dinner table in every episode through unique hunting and fishing trips.
SCI’s one-minute segments and partnership with The Green Way Outdoors advance essential policy objectives for the hunting and fishing communities. Using the No-Net-Loss petition, SCI calls on viewers to contact their elected officials to preserve existing access to public lands for hunters and anglers. Additionally, SCI urges viewers to join the ranks of its members to protect the freedom to hunt and conserve wildlife worldwide.
Whether it is fighting to give state wildlife agencies a more prominent management role under the Endangered Species Act, supporting hunting and fishing access on public lands, or even funding crucial wildlife population studies and surveys from coast to coast, SCI continues to be “FIRST FOR HUNTERS.”
“I am thrilled for SCI to launch this partnership and TV segment with Kyle Green and The Green Way Outdoors,” said W. Laird Hamberlin, CEO of SCI. “SCI is thankful for their friendship, work, and collaboration as we look forward to a productive future of advocating for the rights and interests of hunters and anglers across the country.”
“Being a member of SCI is a no-brainer for anyone who enjoys hunting, fishing, and the outdoors,” noted Kyle Green, CEO of The Green Way Outdoors. “SCI’s history of protecting the rights of outdoorsmen and women, with a major focus on enhancing conservation efforts worldwide, is the future of the outdoor industry.”