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  • November 30, 2009

    Jim Range One of Budweiser Conservationist of the Year Finalists

    Jim Range, one of the country’s greatest champions for sportsmen-conservationists, has been honored with a posthumous nomination as a finalist for the Budweiser Conservationist of the Year award. This annual program recognizes individuals who have made exceptional contributions to perpetuating the American outdoor way of life. Budweiser and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation will donate $50,000 to the 2010 winner’s conservation organization of choice, with the money to fund the group’s conservation efforts.

  • November 24, 2009

    Koebus Möller Named 2010 SCIF Conservation Artist of the Year

    Koebus Möller, a wildlife artist from Zimbabwe, Africa, has been named the 2010 Conservation Artist of the Year by the Safari Club International Foundation. Möller received the honor for his oil painting of a white rhinoceros entitled "Disturbed Mud Bath." The painting will be auctioned at the 2010 SCI Convention in Reno, Nevada, on January 20-23, and 100 percent of the proceeds will be dedicated to wildlife conservation efforts.

  • November 12, 2009

    Savor Bristol Bay Salmon Week in Seattle, Washington

    A weeklong celebration of Bristol Bay salmon is scheduled to kick off in Seattle, Washington, on November 15. Bristol Bay, located in Southwest Alaska, is home to the nation’s largest and most valuable wild salmon fishery. During the celebration week, a variety of Seattle restaurants will feature Bristol Bay wild salmon on their menus to support Trout Unlimited’s Savor Bristol Bay campaign.

  • November 10, 2009

    The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership Tackles Climate Change

    America's sportsmen enjoy impressive opportunities for fishing and hunting because the conservation actions of the last century have delivered abundant and widely distributed populations of fish and game. But the geographic ranges of fish, wildlife and habitats we see today are likely to shift. Big game will have to adapt to changes in their forage base and alter their migration patterns. Changes in water quality and quantity will affect both saltwater and freshwater ecosystems and fisheries.

  • November 4, 2009

    How to Volunteer for a Conservation Organization

    I just got this email from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. I thought I'd share it with readers of this blog....Jay Cassell

    MISSOULA, Mont.—Whether they work individually or as part of a group, volunteers are essential to conservation today—even more so tomorrow.

  • November 4, 2009

    President Signs Great Lakes Legislation

    ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN -President Obama recently signed historic legislation aimed at the restoring the Great Lakes after the House and Senate approved the measure. According to Ducks Unlimited, the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative will provide $475 million for a comprehensive program to restore and protect the Great Lakes. Ducks Unlimited stands ready to turn this financial commitment into cleaner water and better habitat for waterfowl, wildlife and citizens of the Great Lakes and beyond.