|Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta
To promote and enhance increasing populations of indigenous wild sheep in Alberta through the funding of programs that support responsible wildlife management, conservation education, youth involvement and the preservation of our hunting heritage.
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Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta was started in 1999 by Gary Bracken, Kelly Sande, John Nylund, Ed Walker, and Darcy Alm. WSFA is proud to be a member of the National Wild Sheep Foundation.
The National Wild Sheep Foundation started as FNAWS with a tradition beginning on a November weekend in 1974 at Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. Thirteen wild sheep enthusiasts passed the time by sharing stories about their encounters with the majestic mountain creatures. After realizing how fortunate they were to have all shared such incredible experiences, they decided it was time to give something back. They formed FNAWS so men and women everywhere could get more involved in the positive management of wild sheep. The commitment and noble spirit of FNAWS quickly helped the foundation become the fastest-growing wildlife conservation organization of its kind.
With continued downsizing of government agencies, more onus is being placed on conservation organizations to initiate, manage and fund wildlife and habitat enhancement programs. WSFA is committed to being included and involved in programs that work toward the goals and mission of FNAWS.
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|Wild Sheep Foundation Alberta, Box 2639, Rocky Mountain House, AB T4T 1L6
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