Wildlife Forever offers many different ways you can be part of conserving America’s fish and wildlife heritage. It’s important to join and support the conservation cause, to be proactive and to express yourself. Our fish and wildlife and the wild places they inhabit cannot manage and protect themselves – they depend on your generosity and stewardship

Become A Member

Our members are the lifeblood of Wildlife Forever. We would not exist without you. We honor and appreciate everyone who signs up and contributes. Check out our seven different categories of membership.

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Projects in Your State

With more than 1,500 grassroots conservation projects covering all 50 states and Canada, Wildlife Forever is truly America’s pre-eminent non-profit in all-species conservation.  We also lead many conservation campaigns that are regional and national in scope. View our Map of Projects and find a successful project near you.

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Clean Drain Dry

Invasive species are costing the American public 137 BILLION DOLLARS a year!  Wildlife Forever’s Clean Drain Dry Initiative is a highly effective, award-winning national campaign that uses outreach education across all media to help fishermen and anglers learn how to protect aquatic life and natural resources from invasive species. Sign up to become a CD2 partner.

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Capitol Hill Update

Wildlife Forever monitors and responds to key fish and wildlife conservation legislation with letters to Congress on important issues. Each year Wildlife Forever sends 20 – 25 letters to Washington, DC providing facts and information for our elected officials. This work is a major voice for outdoor recreational users to be heard in Congress. Check out what is happening on Capitol Hill.

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Recycle & Restore

Did you know one teaspoon of Mercury can ruin a 20-acre lake…forever? Wildlife Forever and Green Lights Recycling are issuing a national “Recycle & Restore” challenge with the goal to recycle 1,000,000 light bulbs. This exciting and innovative campaign works to protect Americas’ vital water sources from mercury and heavy metal contamination.

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