Mark your Calendars for our 2001 Hunting
Show and Banquet January 20, 2001
This years event includes an all day hunting show and seminars with noted authorities such as Larry Weishuhn. The purpose of the event is to generate funds to support a variety of special conservation projects as well as being informative and entertaining.
Check out 2001 Banquet link!
Welcome to the Ohio Valley Chapter of Safari
Club International Web Page!
Our members are dedicated to:
Being Directly Involved In Preserving Traditional Wildlife Management And Hunting Advocacy.
Working To Ensure The Future Of Wildlife And Their Habitat.
Working For The Education Of Shooting Sports And Protection Of The Right To Hunt.
Our members support wildlife conservation efforts throughout the world through the purchase of hunting licenses, permits and the payment of hunting fees. These expenditures are direct contributions which help wildlife in their range habitat. Member dues also support wildlife conservation and hunting related programs throughout the world as Safari Club International (SCI) is a world leader in protecting hunting rights and helping range countries to develop and implement programs for the benefit of wildlife and the native human population which must share and, in many cases, compete for vital habitat. Some of SCI''s many programs include:
Zimbabwe CAMPFIRE Program: Through this program, a portion of all trophy fees are returned to the native population. These fees in turn have built schools, medical facilities, provided food and reduced poaching of wildlife.
SafariCare: A medical outreach program which provides healthcare services to native populations where there is little to no healthcare available. This program was organized and is run by SCI members in the medical profession.
Books for Africa.
Schools for Africa. Ohio Valley Chapter donated funding to the Mola School in Zimbabwe
Sponsoring local educators to the, American Wilderness Leadership School (AWLS) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Hunters for the Hungry where 9500 pounds of venison was donated to needy persons in 1998.
Click Kentucky Hunters For The Hungry to visit KHFH web site to learn more about this program.
Sensory Safaris for the visually impaired in Kentucky. Providing opportunities for the sightless children to experience wildlife.
Becoming an Outdoors Woman. Educating 150 women in outdoor skills in 1998."
Salato Wildlife Center. Funding restored species displays visited by 40,000 school children in 1999."
Elk Restoration Project. Supporting the return of Elk to Eastern Kentucky."
Thank you for visiting our web page. Please e-mail us with your questions or suggestions to help make this site better serve our membership.
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