Chapter History & Highlights
● The Inland Empire Chapter of Safari Club International was founded over 28 years ago. We are one of the oldest and most respected chapters in SCI.
● We’ve supported hunter rights and access for future generations with over $450,000 raised.
● SCI National supports us in the form of matching grants for local projects.
● 70% of the funds raised remain local and are dispersed with the discretion of our elected board of directors for the chapter.
Some Past Projects Funded by your generous contributions are:
1 Annual scholarships to students studying Forestry or Biology at EWU, U of I, and WSU.
2. The “Sportsmen Against Hunger Program,” whom we’ve supported by donating over 5000 pounds of wild game to those in need.
3. We Support & Host many disabled hunter programs.
4. Support of the American Wilderness Leadership School (AWLS) in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; by funding local teachers to be trained how to incorporate conservation education in biology, habitat projects and the outdoors for the classroom curriculum.
5. Financial support to Washington and Idaho Fish and Game Departments for wildlife recovery programs, anti-poaching efforts and educational events.
6. Financial support of the Fish Hatchery on the Little Spokane River and guided tours for over 2,000 school children annually.
7. In the last eight years, the chapter has provided funding for numerous educational and environmental facilities designed to attract people to the outdoors.
8. The chapter holds an annual “New Shooters Day” at Miller Ranch. This event is designed to be a fun family event for kids, moms, dads or anybody that is just learning.
Serving Northern Idaho and Eastern Washington