Boundary Marker Project – Help Needed

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We’ve been contacted by Arne Johanson who’s looking for some interested EFGA members to assist with placing boundary markers.

We be joining other volunteers from The local Wild Sheep Foundation, the Hinton Fish and Game Association, and the local Trappers Association to complete this project.

The wild Sheep Foundation has been in communication with the mine to go onsite to mark out the area. This will help define clear boundaries for sheep hunters.

They are inviting our club members to meet them at 8:00am, on August 12th, at the railroad tracks crossing the road at the East end of Cadomin .

Workgroups will head out to set up boundary post markers. Although you should expect a little bit of grunt work, participants should receive a good understanding of the boundaries and process. Once completed, this should hopefully improve the quality of the sheep hunting experience for all.

Participants are encouraged to bring pipe handle post pounders .

It should provide to be a good opportunity to learn about sheep hunting issues in the area while meeting people involved in other local conservation groups.

Please click here to RSVP.

By | 2017-08-08T19:26:13+00:00 August 8th, 2017|Conservation|0 Comments