Conservation Force is the embodiment of four decades of unwavering commitment to wildlife conservation advocacy. Starting as a pro bono legal service in the early 1970s, it quickly evolved into a mission-driven powerhouse dedicated to protecting and expanding conservation efforts around the world.
Founded on the principle that hunters and anglers are crucial forces for wildlife conservation, Conservation Force has grown into a collaborative effort, uniting a consortium of organizations. It’s not just an advocate; it’s a proactive force with a remarkable track record of conservation successes. Their work encompasses the preservation and management of wild places, including land easements, wetlands, and marine habitats globally. Moreover, they are deeply involved in communal-based natural resource management projects.
Conservation Force’s accomplishments, from reforming laws like the Marine Mammal Protection Act to facilitating international policy changes, demonstrate its commitment to conservation through hunting. Today, as a non-profit public charitable foundation, Conservation Force continues its vital role in supporting and expanding the conservation missions of hunting and fishing communities. It stands as a network of support, ready to tackle challenging, long-term conservation initiatives for the greater good.