The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is a non-profit, non-government, charitable organization of over 33,000 members in 122 branches across Saskatchewan representing every walk of life. Per capita, we are the largest wildlife conservation organization of its kind in the world. Established in 1929, the SWF has become an acknowledged leader in the conservation field.
“To ensure the wild life legacy we leave to our children surpasses that which we inherited.”
- To acknowledge first and foremost that the wildlife of the province is a public resource belonging to all Saskatchewan residents, and to ensure the resource remains equally accessible to all residents of the province.
- To promote conservation, fishing, trapping, hunting, the shooting sports, and wildlife-oriented activities.
- To practice and promote wise management and use of our natural resources.
- To develop and maintain conservation policies.
- To develop and maintain conservation and educational programs.
- To acquire and enhance habitat for wildlife.
- To accept donations of real estate, monetary funds, and materials for the purpose of furthering the sustainability of our fish and wildlife resources.
- To keep provincial measuring records of big game heads, recognizing the Henry Kelsey record keeping association as and ancillary body of the SWF.