Provincial

SWF Guns For Habitat 2020

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation Offers an Environmentally Friendly Solution for Unneeded Guns For Release March 16, 2020 With spring cleaning on everyone’s mind, the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation wants to remind people across Saskatchewan of our Guns for Habitat Program, an opportunity to turn unneeded firearms into habitat for wildlife across our province. For more information…

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SWF Rifle Draw

Tickets are 3 for $20.00, with prizes totalling a retail value over $5,500.00! The proceeds go toward the SWF Habitat Trust Program, protecting over 70,000 acres of land in Saskatchewan since being established in 1978. 1st Prize –  a customized Sharps Model 1874 45/70 Buffalo Rifle, sponsored by the Weyburn Wildlife Federation.  2nd Prize – Remington 22-250,…

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AFGA and COVID-19

For information regarding AFGA and the current COVID-19 situation please see the attached release: AFGA and COVID-19

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CCFR & SWF Partnership Announcement

February 22,2020- Weyburn SK BREAKING!! As the members of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation emerge from their 91st Annual Convention in beautiful Weyburn, Saskatchewan, the sun is shining on the prairie province a little brighter for law abiding gun owners and hunters. A collaborative partnership was born today at the annual convention, where over 300 members…

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SWF Month End Mail- February 2020

SWF Month End Mail can be viewed here:   February 2020 SWF Month End Mail

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2019 SWF Wildlife Population Survey

We’re asking for your support by filling out the attached survey,  developed by SWF in conjunction with the Ministry of Environment, and returning it to our Region 2 Wildlife Advisory Chair, Ian Peters, before January 26th 2020. Ian Peters ianpeters@sasktel.net SWF Wildlife Survey

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SWF Month End Mail- November 2019

SWF Month End Mail can be viewed here: November Month End Mail

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Mayor Gerald Albers & MLA Colleen Young Participate in 2019 Camo Day

November 15th is Camo Day in honour of our hunting, fishing, and trapping heritage. The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) invited Saskatchewan residents to celebrate the tradition of hunting, angling, and trapping in the province. Mayor Gerald Albers and MLA Colleen Young joined in the tradition this year.

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Saskatchewan Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Heritage Day November 15 2019

Saskatchewan Hunting, Fishing and Trapping Heritage Day November 15 2019   With more than 250,000 Saskatchewan residents participating in hunting, angling and trapping every year, the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) is proud to once again encourage the celebration of Saskatchewan Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Heritage Day this November 15. “These heritage activities not only provide…

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