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HSC signs on to letter to US DOI to re-evaluate policy considering the benefits of man-made Water Developments for Wildlife Conservation

Sportsmen’s Foundation * Conservation Force * Council to Advance Hunting and the Shooting Sports * Dallas Safari Club * Delta Waterfowl Foundation * Houston Safari Club * Mule Deer Foundation * National Rifle Association * National Shooting Sports Foundation * National Wild Turkey Federation * North American Grouse Partnership * Pheasants Forever Inc. * Pope and Young Club * Professional Outfitters and Guides of America * Quail Forever * Quality Deer Management Association * Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation * Safari Club International * Sportsmen’s Alliance * Whitetails Unlimited * Wildlife Management Institute * Wild Sheep Foundation September 2018 The Honorable Ryan Zinke Secretary, U.S. Department of the Interior 1849 C Street N.W. Washington, D.C. 20240 Re: Request for Department-wide Policy Recognizing the Benefits of Man-made Water Developments for Wildlife Conservation Dear Secretary Zinke: Water, particularly in desert areas, is both scarce and essential to wildlife. Nevertheless, some valuable sources of

Houston Safari Club Encourages All Americans To Support Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

Houston, TX (July 18, 2018) – The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (S.3223) (RAWA) was introduced in the U.S. Senate this week. Houston Safari Club (HSC) encourages all Americans to become vigorous and active proponents of this critical legislation. Introduced by Senators James Risch (R-Idaho) and Joe Manchin (D-West Virginia), S.3223 would authorize $1.3 billion in existing revenue, from the development of energy and mineral resources on federal lands and waters, to be dedicated to fish and wildlife conservation. The Senate bill is the companion to the House version (H.R. 4647). RAWA is the result of years of planning, studies, meetings and commitment by researchers, state and federal agencies, thought leaders in the energy sector, legislators, organizations and others. “The introduction of S.3223 is the culmination of an incredible amount of work by so many people. Their dedication to the future of wildlife, habitat and the agencies that protect and support

Houston Safari Club Supports Dedicated Funding to Recover America’s Fish and Wildlife

Houston Safari Club has signed on to a letter to support dedicated funding for RAWA. Specifically, the dedication of $1.3 billion annually into the federal Wildlife Conservation and Restoration Program, using existing revenue from the development of energy and mineral resources on federal lands and waters.  HSC supports this recommendation of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources, comprised of national business and conservation leaders. Read the full letter here: WF SIGN ON LETTER

Recovering America’s Wildlife Act Updates

Bipartisan support for Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, H.R.4647 (Fortenberry and Dingell) continues to grow. Thanks to the hard work of Alliance members and individuals nationwide, 71 Members of Congress (33 Republicans and 38 Democrats) have co-sponsored, including 5 Texans, Rep. Kay Granger, Rep. Pete Sessions, Rep. Gene Green, Rep. Beto O’ Rourke and Rep. Henry Cuellar.  Let’s keep up this terrific momentum – we all benefit if this landmark legislation is passed. Texas would be eligible to receive more than $63 million per year, transforming efforts to conserve and restore more than 1,300 fish and wildlife species of concern here in the Lone Star State. Many impactful programs could be added or expanded — research, species reintroductions, habitat restoration, conservation easements, outdoor recreation and nature education.     How To Reach Your Member of Congress Individuals: Go to your U.S. Representative’s website, find the contact form, and send your rep a message asking him/her to co-sponsor H.R. 4647. Use

HSC Signs On To Refuge Expansion Letter

HSC signs on to letter of support for the proposed 2018-2019 Refuge-Specific Hunting and Sport Fishing Regulations. The letter highlights the opportunities to expand hunting and fishing opportunities on 30 refuges and the potential subsequent benefits to recruitment and retention.  Read the full letter here: AWCP Refuge Expansion Letter

Houston Safari Club Foundation and Houston Safari Club Launch New Online Presence

Houston, TX (July 6, 2018) – Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) and Houston Safari Club (HSC) are pleased to announce the launch of their new websites and social media channels. As part of its organizational restructuring, to effect change for specific issues facing hunting and hunters, HSCF and HSC have launched websites and media channels unique to each effort. HSC is ramping up its legislative and policy efforts while HSCF will continue to support and grow its programs for education, scholarship and conservation. Visitors can view the new sites at hscfdn.org and houstonsafariclub.org. Links to social media channels are provided from the home page of each website. About Houston Safari Club Foundation Houston Safari Club Foundation (HSCF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the sport of hunting through education, conservation, and the promotion of our hunting heritage. HSCF has awarded 500 scholarships totaling $2.1 million dollars.
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Houston Safari Club (HSC) is a non-profit organization, exempt from federal income tax, under section 501(c)(4) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Payments to HSC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Please contact your tax advisor concerning deductibility of any payments as business deductions. HSC EIN: 76-0082197. HSC is an independent organization, is not affiliated with Safari Club International (SCI) or its affiliates and is not a chapter or affiliate of any other organization.