The Camp Fire Conservation Fund, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) membership organization founded in 1977. It is situated on the Camp-Fire Club of America’s preserve in Chappaqua, NY. The organization is dedicated to various aspects of wildlife conservation and outdoor education.
Their primary objectives include informing the public and governmental agencies about the responsible use of natural resources, emphasizing that these resources should be enjoyed, perpetuated, and improved rather than wasted. The Camp Fire Conservation Fund also strives to restore and highlight the role of sportsmen as conservationists and to organize and fund educational and public information projects related to hunting, fishing, and shooting sports activities. They actively collaborate with sportsmen’s and conservation organizations to create a united front for constructive change and support wildlife conservation research, with a focus on programs linked to hunting and fishing. Moreover, they contribute to land use research and education, with an emphasis on maintaining these lands for hunting and other outdoor recreational activities.
Since its inception, the Camp Fire Conservation Fund has been instrumental in supporting a wide range of conservation projects, from habitat restoration and protection to scientific wildlife studies and educational programs. Their commitment to preserving America’s natural resources and fostering responsible outdoor recreation continues to be a driving force in the realm of wildlife conservation.