The Southern Tulare County Sportsman’s Association (STCSA) is a non-profit (501c3) organization promoting wildlife habitat and conservation since 1943, when ranchers and other sportsman gathered together to help conserve our wildlife resources.
Back in 1943, the the club was formed, we only had a handful of people. The club had banquets to raise money and anyone attending was considered a member. But by the 1950’s the club’s membership quickly grew to 2,500.
Today the association is made up from men, women and young adults who are interested in conservation and the continued presence of wildlife and productive fisheries in our local area. The membership record today is currently at 35.
Our club still hosts fundraising banquets to help fund the clubs programs and events that are focused on Continuing the Tradition for our younger generation. The club also receives financial assistance from the Friends of the NRA.
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“I’m fortunate for whatever I get. For me, hunting is more than just a sport. I just love doing it. It’s one of my favorite things to do. I’ve been doing it every since I was three years old.”
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