American Daughters of Conservation (ADC), established in 2017, is a nationwide organization dedicated to preserving the great outdoors and nurturing a love for it among women and young girls. With a presence in 36 states and still expanding, ADC is a passionate community of hunters and anglers committed to conserving wildlife habitats and educating future generations about outdoor sports. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, all proceeds contribute to conservation efforts and member education.
ADC aims to provide a welcoming, judgment-free environment for women to explore various aspects of the outdoor sporting world, from hunting to fishing and beyond. Their short-term goals involve fundraising, expanding their membership, hosting outdoor educational events, and collaborating with local conservation initiatives. In the long term, they aspire to acquire land for nationwide conservation, facilitate sustainable habitat management, and work closely with other conservation partners. ADC’s dedication to education includes programs for junior members, mentorships, webinars, classes, and how-to resources. Their passionate team of leaders, who volunteer their time and resources, exemplifies the organization’s commitment to preserving the natural world and fostering a love for it among women from all walks of life.