We are proud to sponsor this year’s Summer Archery Camp at Jack Creek Preserve in Ennis, Montana. Jack Creek is a non-profit organization that promotes wildlife conservation and outdoor education for boys and girls aged 12-18, on 4,500 acres of protected habitat between Ennis and Big Sky, Montana.
The Camp Fire Conservation Fund was founded in March of 1977, as a licensed 501(c)(3) membership organization dedicated to conservation. The Fund serves as the financial arm of the Camp Fire Club of America’s conservation activities.
To ensure our wildlife heritage, modern conservation leaders need a deep understanding of the role hunters play in habitat and wildlife management, a comprehensive knowledge of wildlife science, and the skills to navigate large public bureaucracies. The Camp Fire Fund ESF Professorship will deliver such professionals by pairing a wildlife management degree from SUNY ESF […]
On May 18th, 2016, the Fund presented the very first William T. Hornaday Scholarship Award to Eagle Scout Porter Bradford of Blanding, Utah. Porter was selected among six Hornaday Silver Medal Award winners for his outstanding and exemplary work in wildlife and habitat conservation.
In 2009, the Camp Fire Conservation Fund approved a grant request from the Westchester-Putnam Boy Scout Council to build a covered outdoor facility for conservation education at the Durland Boy Scout Camp in Putnam Valley, New York. The Durland Boy Scout Camp has close ties to Camp Fire Club. William Bradhurst Osgood Field, Jr. was […]