AL, FL, GA, KY, MS, NC, OH, SC, TN, VA, WV
Bee Frederick joined CSF in March of 2013 as the Southeastern States Manager and was later promoted to Southeastern States Director in early 2016. In this role, Bee oversees and interacts with the state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses in the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses and members of the Governor’s Sportsmen’s Caucus in the region.
Prior to joining CSF, Bee was the campaign manager for a statewide constitutional amendment in Alabama to extend “Forever Wild” -- Alabama’s public land program. The campaign received broad range support from a diverse coalition of over 200 conservation organizations, business entities, outdoor recreation groups, and many others and passed with 75% approval. Additionally, Bee previously worked for U.S. Representative Spencer Bachus (AL) in Washington, DC, Peritus Public Relations, and as a Field Director for the Alabama Republican Party.
Bee holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Samford University where he served as Student Government Association President. Additionally, he sits on the Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association Advisory Council which works to promote the Black Belt region of Alabama through hunting, angling, and outdoor recreation. A native Alabamian, Bee has a strong passion for the outdoors, and particularly enjoys turkey hunting, wingshooting, and managing family land in south Alabama.
Articles by Bee Frederick
Mississippi: Second Case of Chronic Wasting Disease ConfirmedMonday, November 5, 2018
Georgia: Vote ‘Yes’ on Amendment 1 to Establish Georgia Outdoor Stewardship FundMonday, October 29, 2018
Cervid Carcass Import and Scent Attractant Regulations Changing in Response to Chronic Wasting Disease ThreatMonday, October 15, 2018
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Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) has been making the headlines recently, with several new states and a Canadian province testing positive for the disease, and many states implementing new rules to prevent its spread. How has this increased public awareness of CWD affected you?Vote Here
- It has affected my ability to participate in game meat donation programs (2.20%)
- I have altered how I plan and conduct my hunts (27.47%)
- My perception on how healthy venison is has changed (27.47%)
- It has not affected me (42.86%)