Sportsmen's Conservation Project

Who we are 

At the Sportsmen’s Conservation Project, we know that quality hunting and fishing comes from quality habitat. We are hunters and anglers who believe our sporting heritage is too important to jeopardize. We work to keep the backcountry the way it is by protecting the areas that are critical to producing clean, cool water, healthier fish, trophy bucks and bigger bulls.

How we work 

Often, the best solutions come from the ground up. We work with local sportsmen and women to find not only common ground, but common-sense solutions to protecting the best of what’s left of the wild country in the West.

Staff Contact 

 

Steve Kandell - Director of TU's Sportsmen's Conservation Project

 

Northwest/Northern Rockies Region (WA, OR, ID, MT):

Tom Reed - Northwest/Northern Rockies Regional Director

Scott Stouder - Idaho Field Coordinator

Gregg Bafundo - Washington Field Coordinator

Dean Finnerty - Oregon Field Coordinator

Dwayne Meadows - Pacific Northwest Outreach Coordinator

Corey Fisher - Energy Team Lead

Greg McReynolds -  Off-Highway Vehicle Team Lead

 

Intermountain Region (WY, UT, NV):

Dave Glenn - Intermountain Region Director

Andy Rasmussen - Utah Field Coordinator

Charles Card -  Northeastern Utah Coordinator

Jim Jeffress - Nevada Backcountry Coordinator

Steven Brutger - Wyoming Energy Coordinator

Cathy Purves - Science and Technical Advisor

 

Southwest Region (CO, NM, AZ)

Brad Powell - Southwest Regional Director

Shane Cross - Western Energy Counsel

Ty Churchwell - Backcountry Coordinator 

Matt Clark - Southern CO Field Coordinator

Aaron Kindle - Colorado Field Coordinator

Toner Mitchell - New Mexico Field Coordinator

 

Communications

Shauna Sherard - Northwest/Northern Rockies Region Communications Director

Randy Scholfield -  Southwest Region Communications Director

TBD - Intermountain Region Communications Director

 

 

 

 

 

Author of this Page 

Shauna Sherard - Communications Director/Sportsmen’s Conservation Project

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