Dallas Safari Club (DSC) recently announced appointments to its newly established Conservation Advisory Board, which includes Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) President Jeff Crane along with seven other conservation experts.
This new group will provide recommendations and advice on regional and global level research, program development, and advocacy for domestic and international conservation issues. This will support DSC’s mission of conserving wildlife and protecting the rights and interests of hunters worldwide.
The group’s first meeting will take place later this month in Dallas, where the group will brainstorm and strategize best approaches to enhancing DSC’s conservation programs.
Jeff Crane bow hunting in Utah.
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