1930’s: Key partner in the development of Ducks Unlimited in Alberta.
1940’s: Instrumental in establishing provincial wildlife protection legislation.
1960’s: Founded Alberta Hunter Education Program. Co-founded Outdoor Observer and Report a Poacher Program.
1963: Initiated the formation of the Canadian Wildlife Federation.
1970’s: Founding partner in the Buck for Wildlife Fund (levy collected from hunting and angling licenses to support habitat conservation projects).
1983: Established AFGA Wildlife Trust Fund to purchase significant wildlife habitats.
1989: Founded Operation Burrowing Owl program within Alberta.
2000: 50th parcel of wildlife habitat secured through the Wildlife Trust Fund, a total of 23,000 acres protected to date.
2008: The Alberta Fish and Game Association will celebrate 100 years of conservation success.

Many of AFGA affiliate clubs including Lloydminster and District Fish & Game Association have submitted their histories to this book as well. Pre-publication price is $39.95 until March 31, 2008 ($49.95 after March 31, 2008) plus shipping charges and is expected to be available fall of 2008.

Lloydminster and District Fish and Game Association will bring in some books for sale. Please contact the LDFGA before March 28 to save the $10 that you would pay after that date, and if we get enough orders, it will also save the $8.00 per book shipping and handling.

LDFGA is looking for sponsors to purchase books to place them in schools and many other places around Lloydminster area. For further information on purchasing or sponsoring a AFGA History book, contact Garry and Edith Cunningham at 780-875-0578 or email lloyddfga@gmail.com.