We are men, women, and adolescent children from many diverse backgrounds. We understand the intrinsic value of viable fish and wildlife populations in their natural habitats. The Wenatchee Sportsmen's Association members enjoy various outdoor types of recreation including hunting, fishing, camping, boating and birdwatching.
We invite all those who are interested in becoming members to research our objectives, attend a meeting or participate in our many types of work .
You may develop lifelong friendships with others participating in worthwhile activities for current and future generations, supporting our fish and wildlife, as well as educating our youth about natural resource issues.
All general meetings are open to the public. We encourage you to join us, and see what WSA is doing for the fish and wildlife in North Central Washington. The meetings are held the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 180 Rock Island Rd, East Wenatchee, Wa. The meetings begin at 7 pm. and end at conclusion of the agenda.
All income generated by the WSA stays in the local area to benefit the fish and wildlife, and their habitat. The Wenatchee Sportsmen's Association Officers, Board of Directors, and Members volunteer their time spent on club activities.
Many of our volunteers donate hundreds of hours and miles annually participating in local fish and wildlife work projects; . to preserve and/or enhance their natural habitats. The WSA always welcomes new volunteers on work projects and club activities. If you would like to help, simply notify a member or contact the WSA by e-mail. WSA works closely with the local and state agencies to help them obtain their management goals.
Club activities include work parties, feeder filling, wildlife captures and trans-locations, garbage clean up days, road brushing, CAST for Kids- Kid Fishing, Rock Island Kids Fishing, Wenatchee River Salmon Festival booth, Archery in the Schools competitions, annual " Wild Game Feed" Banquet, and other functions.
WSA encourages your input and urges your efforts. If you would like to become a WSA volunteer... CLICK HERE
Contact: Ron Poppe 662-3957 or Bill Stegeman 663-7529 with any questions you may have about getting involved.
If you participate in a club activity, please record and report the number of hours you volunteer and mileage driven each month to the WSA. WSA keeps a running monthly total of all volunteer hours, mileage and special meetings you have attended and recorded. Report your information at the end of each month.
Contact: Ron Poppe ph.662-3957 or email: RonPoppe@frontier.com
"IT'S ALL FOR THE FISH AND WILDLIFE"
ALL INQUIRIES ARE MAILED TO:
WSA P.O. Box 762 Wenatchee, WA 98807