Safari Club International has been named one of the top conservation organizations fighting for hunters by Alloutdoors.com!
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Alloutdoor.com describes SCI in the December 27 article:
SCI has been around since 1972, and today boasts more than 55,000 members spread among 190 chapters in 106 countries around the world. The Club’s notably proactive leadership delivers a host of cooperative wildlife conservation, outdoor education and humanitarian programs in cooperation with other conservation groups, research institutions and government agencies. It has prominently empowered sportsmen to be contributing community members and participants in what is presented as sound wildlife conservation. The Safari Club International has two primary missions: encourage appreciation for nature and its wildlife and save wildlife habitat with the aim of protecting the rich hunting heritage of sportsmen worldwide. SCI has a strong presence in Washington, D.C., and since 2000 has spent more than $140 million protecting the freedom to hunt through policy advocacy, litigation and the education of state and federal legislators. It conducts worldwide conservation and education programs through the Safari Club International Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to wildlife conservation, outdoor education, and humanitarian services.
SCI is proud to be named along-side four other titans in the hunting world. Alloutdoor.com also named the NRA, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Boone and Crockett Club and Sportsman’s Alliance as organizations that exist to preserve the heritage of hunters who respect and defend the environment.