INWC Projects

INWC projects and committees

Partial List of Council Projects and Concerns:

  • Sponsor and present the annual Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show.
  • Participated in planting thousands of plants and shrubs in Eastern Washington for habitat reestablishment.
  • Work to improve landowner/ sportsman relations.
  • Assist law enforcement by providing $500 rewards for the conviction of anyone illegally taking big horn sheep, moose, caribou or grizzly bear.
  • Sponsor and provide Hunter Education classes annually, training over 300 persons each year.
  • Helped establish Project Wild, a K-12 wildlife education program.
  • Participated in waterfowl habitat improvement projects in coordination with the Department of Fish and Wildlife.
  • Provide for the annual distribution of thousands of pheasant chicks throughout Eastern Washington
  • Developed in-stream fish spawning areas in several regional waters.
  • Annually provide and fill feeders for upland game and birds.
  • Work with Fish and Wildlife staff in an elk calf radio-collaring program to research mortality problems.
  • Support many projects with the Bureau of Land Management in making federally owned lands available to the public.
  • Work with various ranger districts of the US Forest Service to improve fishing, hunting and wildlife appreciation opportunities.
  • Work with local, state and federal legislators to help insure the future of our hunting, fishing and wildlife viewing.
  • Work on projects to facilitate access and use by disabled hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts.
  • Coordinate and work with other outdoor clubs and organizations to enhance hunting, fishing and wildlife appreciation activities.
  • Work with various local, state and federal agencies in matters pertaining to wildlife habitat and the environment – to keep members informed of the issues and concerns so they may interact with the appropriate agency.
  • Provide input into the federal regulations concerning waterfowl. Also review use or loss of public lands to determine their effects on waterfowl.