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SCI News for June 10

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SCI News for June 10
By Safari Club International • Issue #35 • View online

SCI, Buckmasters Sign Joint Venture Agreement
This Week
“Hunting has always been a part of my life since childhood, I never felt that I didn’t belong”. Jana Waller lives her life by a single motto: “It’s all about living”. To Jana being raised a hunter by her father, coming into the Outdoor industry as someone who was a true hunter, and someone who absolutely loved it for what it was, she felt like she needed to strive towards a goal. She had a singular purpose in mind to her work, and that was to showcase a side of hunting, that let’s be frank, was unpopular at the time, that hunting was conservation. Her work has raised tens of thousands of dollars for conservation. If you look across the landscape of woman hunters in the outdoor industry, you will be hard pressed to find a better role model than Jana Waller today.
SCI Virtual Advocacy Week Session Videos
If you missed last week’s Virtual Advocacy Week, you’re in luck - as an SCI News subscriber you’re invited to watch the videos from the week:
SCI Canadian Advocacy Seminar. The session focused on SCI’s Advocacy engagement in Canada, most notably ongoing efforts to push-back against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s egregious gun ban. The program also included an in-depth interview with Member of Parliament and Chairman of the Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus, Bob Zimmer.
The Colorado "Gag Order" On Forced Northern Gray Wolf Introduction
Grabbed your box yet? SCI has partnered with Sportsman’s Box to raise money for the mission while rewarding you with awesome gear for your next adventure. Father’s Day is almost here so get your order in before June 15 to make it his best ever!
Chapter Happenings
Local Safari Club International chapter names Knox Karcher as recipient of youth Pathfinder program
$6,000 Reward Offered for Information on Shot Black Bear in St. Mary Parish
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