We are also involved in many other projects and programs that are less stressful than the political world, but no less important to the future of the great outdoors. We have committees that are devoted to youth education, wildlife conservation and research, physically challenged hunters, humanitarian programs, and many other activities that bring about positive public relations for all sportsmen.
Preserving our outdoor rights is our number one objective. Running a close second is our dedication to ensuring a bright future for hunting, fishing and the outdoors by reaching out to young people, especially non-hunting youths. The more young people that grow up accepting hunting and fishing as a part of participating in the outdoors, the fewer battles we will have to face in the future. This is why we have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars and devoted uncountable volunteer man-hours hosting workshops, kid’s camps, providing educational videos and literature to students, and trained dozens of school teachers through SCI’s American Wilderness Leadership School.
Since the birth of our Chapter 21 years ago, we have participated in the funding and fight for hunting rights in Michigan, Maine, Idaho, Utah, Alaska, Minnesota, Washington, Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan, just to name the larger projects. The Project & Contribution List of our Chapter’s investments now exceeds $1,500,000 to preserve our hunting, fishing and outdoor rights over the years. We can promise you that we will continue to devote all of our man-hours and budget to preserving our outdoor heritage.
The Southeast Michigan Bowhunters Chapter of SCI is a high profile Safari Club International Chapter with local roots here in Michigan. Over the past ten years, our Chapter has received more awards from SCI that any other chapter worldwide, including the Outstanding Chapter Award four times, and the SCI Top Gun Chapter Award. Our Chapter hoist the largest single-night Chapter Fundraiser in all of SCI, with over 1100 attendees here in Michigan. We also offer articles coverage the Chapter’s events and news in our Tri-monthly Newsletter BROADHEADlines. Though a bowhunters chapter, 97% of our members are gun-hunters and 94% are fishermen. If you are truly interested in the future of hunting, fishing, and the longevity of the great outdoors, please review the information and join today. We’re looking forward to you joining as a member to preserve our wildlife, hunting and outdoor rights.