Anglers for Conservation goal is to build a new generation of marine stewards.
Anglers for Conservation, a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, works within recreational fishing communities to to inspire new generations of marine stewards through angling education, habitat restoration and applied conservation practices. These programs focus on providing extended short and long-term classroom and in-the-field fishing, boating and marine conservation education and training to youth and their parents. Through funding from individual donors and grants from foundations and government, Anglers For Conservation offers its programs to various segments of the general public in the community. OUR OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:
The goal of the Angler Education program is to educate the general public in basic fishing skills and use of conservation-minded methods in order to protect the fish, habitat and angler.
Collecing recreational fishing data from the general public, compiling that data into accessible databases to use for analysis, and to make the general public aware of any findings.
Restoring marine/estuarine habitats to improve fishing opportunities; making citizens aware of the dangers that cause loss, the impact on natural habitats, and the value of restoration.
Volunteering with Anglers For Conservation is the perfect opportunity to work within the fishing community earning volunteer hours while having a very rewarding experience. Learn more about how to donate your time to AFC here
Currently AFC is expanding our more mature programs, stimulating development of more recently established activities, partnering with allied agencies, organizations and members of the business community, and increasing funding for AFC activities through recruitment, community centered events and pursuit of endowments, donations and grants.
AFC recognizes that success in accomplishing our objectives is dependant upon inclusiveness and active participation. Anglers for Conservation therefore invites you to join, participate, learn and ultimately improve both the environment and your angling experience.