The North Carolina Wildlife Federation (NCWF) is developing
a network of wildlife chapters from the mountains to
NCWF chapters are community-based organizations established
to form a cohesive, statewide core of influential wildlife
and natural resource groups and activists who work together
for wildlife and habitat conservation.
NCWF recognizes that these community-based chapters
are key to our ability to deliver on our mission and
goals. By carrying out wildlife programs and projects,
NCWF chapters bring to bear this organization’s
strengths of advocacy, education, grassroots mobilization
and policy expertise.
NCWF chapters are designed to empower local wildlife
enthusiasts—anglers, backpackers, birders, hunters,
photographers, hikers—to have a direct and effective
impact on the conservation of wildlife in their community,
and, on the state as a whole.
Chapters hold monthly meetings, conduct field trips
and work on interesting wildlife projects in their communities.
For information on chapter activities please visit
the chapter websites listed below. If one of these chapters
is located in your community – we invite you to
roll up our sleeves and get involved. If there
is no chapter close to you, we invite you to help
form a chapter in your area.
If you are interested in forming or participating in
a NCWF wildlife chapter please contact Christopher
North, Conservation Director at email@example.com or (704) 332-5696.
and Wildlife Keepers (HAWK) (Matthews, NC)
Matthews Naturally Website
Norman Wildlife Conservationists (Mooresville,
Newsletter Winter 2013
Mountain Wild! (Asheville, NC)
Greater Raleigh Outdoors and Wildlife (GROW) (Raleigh, NC)
Island Lake Wildlife Stewards (Belmont and
Protecting, Advocating, and Conserving Together (PACT)
in the High Country (Avery, Watauga and Ashe
Piedmont Area Wildlife Stewards (PAWS)
Lake James Area Wildlife and Nature Society
Albemarle Conservation & Wildlife Chapter
(Elizabeth City, NC)
Fayetteville Increasing Sustainable Habitat (FISH)
Charlotte Reconnecting Ourselves With Nature (CROWN) Meets at Queens University Rogers Hall. Next program is November 14th 7pm for "Charlotte's Coyotes".
Picture From the North Carolina Wildlife Federation Chapter Leadership Summit
June 20, 2009
NCWF Chapter Guide (DOC)