Sportsmen's National Land Trust
is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization of sportsmen for sportsmen helping the original conservationists in this country take the lead in resource conservation.
The land held by the Sportsmen's Land Trust will be one place that children and families can experience and enjoy the outdoors forever - hunting, fishing and hiking.
The Sportsmen's National Land Trust will use this grant to buy 80 acres and begin restoration of degraded shoreline and wetlands that sustain Skidmore Slough near South Bend.
"Saving Land For Sportsmen" - From the August, 2003, issue of Outdoor Life Magazine
Both projects, the Skidmore Slough marsh restoration and the Willapa River/Robinson Creek riparian restoration, have been funded!
Executive Director Bill Lamee and Founder/Director Rick Vincunas traveled to Columbia Missouri to the annual conference of the Outdoor Writers' Association of America.
We are pleased to announce that like-minded conservationists across the country in Washington state have joined the SNLT as our Pacific Chapter.