Every year, DSC funds projects and initiatives in support of its mission of Conservation, Education and Advocacy. The following list represents the first round of grant recipients for 2022.
Alaska Professional Hunters Association (APHA)—the professional guide industry organization in Alaska will use these funds to protect the future of non-resident hunting in Alaska.
Bringing Back the Lions—this book by outdoor writer Mike Arnold tells the full story of Coutada 11 and the miraculous rescue of a doomed ecosystem in Mozambique following a long civil war.
Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF)—the leader on policy issues for sportsmen and sportswomen in the United States will use these funds to protect and advance hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping opportunities.
Conservation Visions—a global wildlife initiative led by Shane Mahoney will use these funds to expand engagement and support for science-based sustainable use both internationally and domestically.
Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC)—an organization that advocates for science-based wildlife management will use these funds to combat efforts to end cougar, lynx, bobcat and grizzly bear hunting in British Columbia.
"The generosity and dedication of our members, donors, sponsors, Chapters and exhibitor partners throughout the year make these grants possible,” said Corey Mason, CEO DSC and DSC Foundation, “We are excited to support these mission specific grant opportunities.”
If you have been considering applying for a grant, DSC grants are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year at biggame.org.