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Causes: Environment, Environmental Education

Mission: The outdoor heritage foundation of alaska is a leading provider of conservation education programs in alaska and is the department of fish and games official foundation. The ohfa accomplishes its goals by partnering with alaskas major conservation groups and businesses that support alaskas outdoor traditions. For over 100 years, anglers and hunters have been americas strongest supporters of science based conservation; a management system initiated by such great conservationists as teddy roosevelt, george bird grinnell, and aldo leopold. This conservation management system has become known as the north american model of wildlife management and is the proven leader in management systems worldwide.

Programs: The primary purposes of the outdoor heritage foundation are: 1. To teach a variety of outdoor skills to alaskans so that they may enjoy alaskas great outdoors in a safe, responsible manner. 2. To teach sustainable use of renewable wild resources as part of a strategic conservation effort. 3. To support conservation and other projects as identified as being important to the alaska department of fish and game 4. To support conservation efforts through educating local, state and national leaders on the importance of conservation and the role that anglers, hunters and trappers play in supporting the north american model of wildlife management.

the primary purposes of the outdoor heritage foundation are: 1. To teach a variety of outdoor skills to alaskans so that they may enjoy alaskas great outdoors in a safe, responsible manner. 2. To teach sustainable use of renewable wild resources as part of a strategic conservation effort. 3. To support conservation and other projects as identified as being important to the alaska department of fish and game 4. To support conservation efforts through educating local, state and national leaders on the importance of conservation and the role that anglers, hunters and trappers play in supporting the north american model of wildlife management.

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