ARIZONA ANTELOPE FOUNDATION

“Libertas ad Vagor” ... Freedom to Roam

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Arizona Antelope Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 12590
Glendale, AZ 85318
info@azantelope.org
 

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AAF Board Meeting
April 10, 2017
6:30 PM
Bass Pro Shops
Members welcome

 Project Schedule
April 14-15 Highway 83
May 20 House Rock Valley
June 11 Greer/Big Lake
August 12 Flagstaff Area
September 23 Bonita

 

Please note - if you received a September 24, 2106 Project Flyer in the mail recently, disregard. Our printer made an error and will be sending the correct flyer shortly.

NEW RAFFLE - Win a Swarovski Z5 3.5-18x44 Rifle Scope. More info and tickets HERE

NFWF Grant Annual Report

Our volunteers have all done an excellent job with all the hours/funds/volunteer efforts these past 5 years! Thanks goes out to the ADA and Mule Deer Foundations for their continued HPC matching funds support. Special thanks goes out to Caroline Patrick who "retired" as our 1st GIS Manager effective December of 16. Welcome is due to Rana Tucker our projects new GIS Manager who has hit the ground running since December. It goes without saying we would be now-where as effective as we have been without the hours, landowner contacts, project coordination and sheer force of energy that our Field Projects Manager John Millican has commanded! Thanks to all of you.   Read the annual report here
 

AAF Efforts Pay Big! Thanks to everyone who has helped!
 

NFWF Grant Extended

The NFWF grant originally awarded in November of 2011 has been extended and expanded! The project has been extended to the end of 2017 at the $430K level. This amount plus our required match (which is running well ahead of the award amount requirement) will put us well past the $1M mark invested over the 6 year project period. We are already seeing the benefits of our efforts with this project as numerous sightings are a regular occurrence in an area that once saw most of its pronghorn wiped out.

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When you display the Arizona Sportsmen Wildlife Conservation License Plate, you are helping Arizona’s Wildlife by supporting the Wildlife Habitat Grant Funds for habitat restoration and Youth Education Programs. Click HERE for more information

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