The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation was formed in 2018 to encourage private support to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. The Foundation is the non-profit organization formed to work alongside and provide support for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC).
Photographer: Brooke Oliver
The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation is a proud partner of Fostering Outdoor Oklahoma Families, a statewide program offering foster families and the children in their care the opportunity to experience the great national pastime of fishing.Read More
The state’s four fish hatcheries have been in use for many decades and are in need of some TLC, so they can continue to produce fish for future anglers to enjoy catching.Read More
ODWC’s education suite reaches more than 550 schools state wide.Read More
Game wardens work to make sure that illegal practices do not jeopardize the opportunities for law-abiding citizens to enjoy the outdoors.Read More
As stewards of the land, the ODWC is entrusted to protect wildlife and other resources for present and future generations.Read More
When I was 10, my dad took me out into the woods deer hunting with him, and it changed my life forever. Healthy fish and wildlife, and the opportunities to get outdoors, make Oklahoma a special place to live. I’m honored to be selected to serve on the Foundation and can’t wait to help further conservation efforts here in our great state.
Photographer: Debbie Peck