Born and Raised in Northern Alberta I have been an avid outdoorsman and trapper my entire life. I currently reside in Red Deer with my wife and 2 children, where I work for the city as a paramedic and firefighter. I have chased wild sheep for over 2 decades and It is my goal to preserve our wild sheep and hunting opportunities for generations to come.
I am currently in my 2nd year on the WSFA board as President. Previous to this role, I spent a number of years on the board in BC, and wild sheep have been a passion of mine since I was a kid. Hunting and generally all outdoor activities have been something I have enjoyed all my life because of an active outdoor lifestyle taught to me by both my parents.
As an avid sheep hunter/outfitter with a passion for the outdoors, conservation, stewardships of our lands, that has been a Director on the board since March 2011. I am 47 years old and reside with my wife and two youngest kids in Cochrane on our family farm. Being involved in our family Sheep outfitting business since a young age has giving me the drive and passion to make sure we have our monarch of the mountains for all sportsman to enjoy now and in the future. I am still looking for my first and only Bighorn.
My name is Brian Scott and I have lived my whole life in Rocky Mountain house. I run a mixed farming operation with my wife and my parents. I am also a guide and outfitter and have guided bighorns in the past. As a past board member and treasurer, I look forward to once again serving on the WSFA board with the other hard-working crew.