Women hunters make up the fastest-growing demographic in the hunting community. To honor these ladies and our rich hunting heritage, SCI is “Celebrating Women in Hunting” during our Convention from February 22-25, 2023, in Nashville, Tennessee.
SCI has been the most consistent organization on earth to protect ALL hunting by ALL hunters. With programs like the She Hunts Skills Camp, SCI and the SCI Foundation have been major promoters of women in hunting for many years. Created by Brittany Boddington, the She Hunts Skills Camp provides women a space to develop skills and build confidence in their abilities in the outdoors. The Camp aims to help educate women about hunting to be successful hunters and pass their knowledge on to the next generation.
Additionally, SCI Foundation’s Sables program is women-led, focusing on understanding our outdoor heritage, including the role of hunting, through wildlife and conservation education programs. The annual Sables Luncheon and Auction will take place in Nashville on February 24th at the 2023 Convention.
SCI CEO W. Laird Hamberlin stated, “SCI is thrilled to celebrate women in hunting and we invite all hunters to celebrate with us in Nashville at our 51st Annual Convention. Women are the fastest-growing group of hunters, and their engagement is critical to the future of hunting”.
Now, we want to hear from YOU! Share your hunting lifestyle, stories as an SCI member, or your favorite hunting adventure. Whether you’re a lifelong hunter or are just getting started, submit your stories for a chance to be featured on SCI socials and publications! Share as much or as little as you like in the prompts at this link: https://act.safariclub.org/nw3d2hr.
To register for the 2023 SCI Annual Convention, visit showsci.org.
For 50 years, Safari Club International (SCI) has been the leading defender of the freedom to hunt and supporter of wildlife conservation worldwide.
SCI is unique in the scope of our ability to defend and advance our freedom to hunt. SCI is the only hunting rights organization with a Washington, D.C.- based international advocacy team and an all-species focus. SCI mobilizes our 152 chapters and affiliate network representing 7.2 million hunters around the world. The conservation projects of SCI’s sister organization, the SCI Foundation, support research, management and rural communities in North America, Africa and Central Asia. In addition, SCI’s Annual Hunters’ Convention is the world’s largest marketplace that celebrates our freedom to hunt.
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