WA Chapter Joins Statewide Coalition

The state of Washington, hunting and angling organizations have banned together and created a Washington Fish and Wildlife Conservation Partnership, a new coalition dedicated to protecting the state’s hunting, fishing, and trapping heritage through science-based fish and wildlife management. The WA Chapter has been at the forefront of the new initiative since the beginning as leaders saw the need for organizations to work together out of the recent spring bear decisions by the WDFW Commission. Currently, BHA's Northwest Coordinator, Chris Hager, will serve as the West Side at-large member for the coalition. Twenty organizations have either joined or have shown interest in joining in partnership. These organizations include Ducks Unlimited, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Safari Club International, Inland NW Wildlife Council, Washingtonians for Wildlife Conservation, American Sportfishing Association, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, National Wild Turkey Federation, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, and more.

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