The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is a non-profit, non-government, charitable organization of over 32,000 members in 125 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 promote and deliver conservation programming while embracing the need for balanced human relationships with all our environments.”
- To ensure adherence to the tenets of the Public Trust Doctrine.
- To enhance public awareness of the SWF’s advocacy for its principles, programs, and objectives.
- To support and promote conservation programs to enhance fisheries resources and habitat in Saskatchewan in order to achieve sustainable fish populations.
- To support and promote conservation programs that enhance and secure habitat in Saskatchewan to maintain sustainable wildlife populations.
- To support and promote outdoor education in Saskatchewan.
- To increase dialogue and interaction with both traditional and non-traditional organizations to advance conservation programs and to promote outdoor heritage activities.
- To ensure sufficient funding is available for all SWF programs and initiatives.
- To expand the SWF membership base while promoting active volunteerism.
Want to learn more about the SWF and our objectives? Download our Strategic Plan
To learn more about the Public Trust Doctrine, click here.