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SFW is a team of 7,000 members spread throughout all 50 states. We are intensely dedicated to the perpetuation of wildlife, and we’re passionate about hunting. Our membership is a collection of sportsmen and women including everything from average hunters and influential celebrities, to wildlife experts, firearm and ammunition manufacturers, taxidermists, guides and outfitters. We all work together to create a future for wildlife and for hunters.
SFW members have raised millions of dollars and volunteered tens of thousands of hours and equipment that is having very real affects on the ground. In Utah, Idaho and Wyoming more than 1,000,000 acres of public land has already been rehabilitated with SFW funds and influence.
Thousands of acres of critical deer and elk winter habitat has been purchased, treated with chaining and burning, and preserved with SFW funds.
Interstate and in-state transplants of buffalo, bighorn sheep, elk, turkey and mule deer are an annual event that provide volunteer opportunity for our members and more abundant and healthier wildlife for everyone.
SFW Executive Leadership
Troy Justensen – President
Chris Carling – Marketing Director
Bryce Pilling – Secretary
Mike Pritchett – Turkey Coordinator
Ken Strong – Fishing Coordinator
SFW Board of Directors
The Fulfillment Committee’s purpose and authority is to inform, discuss and vote on wildlife policy positions of SFW. These decisions are adopted only after careful review of information that has been researched or provided. Many of these decisions are biological and social. Each person on the committee represents a segment of our membership or partners from across the state and thus gives broad input and recommendations. Those serving on the Executive Committee or as a SFW consultant can vote. The Executive Advisory Committee can vote because they are only in an advisory capacity. Robert’s Rules of Order are followed to reach a simple majority vote.
"The mission of SFW is to promote the protection and enhancement of wildlife habitat, assist in providing quality wildlife management programs, educating the public about the role hunters play in wildlife conservation, and perpetuating the family tradition of hunting and fishing".