American Daughters of Conservation is a group of like minded huntresses, and fisher women who love the outdoors. We have come together to conserve wild game habitat and educate women and young ladies in all things outdoors. ADC is a national organization in 35 states and continuing to grow everyday. Our outdoor way of life is important to us and to our future generations. ADC is a non profit organization which means that all the proceeds go towards conservation efforts and member education.
We strive to create a safe, relaxed, and judgment free environment for women to learn about everything in the outdoor sporting world, from hunting to fishing and everything in between. For the experienced huntress and fisher, this is your chance to meet and collaborate with other women who share the same passion for outdoor sports.
ADC has officially been an organization since Jan, 1, 2017, and we have outlined some long term and short term goals for our organization. Our short term goals for the next few years are to continue fundraising and recruiting members, continuing to schedule and host outdoor educational events, and continue working with our local fish and game on local conservation projects. Our long term goals are to raise enough money to acquire land and keep it for conservation purposes nation wide, work with land owners and help them facilitate their land to sustain habitat, and to work with other conservation partners either by volunteering or donating.
Our thoughts/dreams for this organization and one of the largest reasons why it was started is because we love the outdoors and want to help preserve one of our nations longest traditions (hunting). The outdoors are such a great learning experience, and we wanted to contribute as much as we could to leaving that door open for future generations. Our organization has plans to help create quality wildlife habitat, helping in the reintroduction of species to areas that they once thrived in, teaching proper wildlife management, being an outlet for women to ask questions on bettering their property, etc. We don’t plan on being species specific in fact we plan on being just the opposite.
We also have plans to help in restocking lakes, ponds, and other bodies of water with indigenous species to that area. In todays outdoor sporting industry we have found that there are a lot of women who have the same core beliefs and interests. A single voice might not be heard or have the power to make a considerable difference, but as a group, as an organization we can accomplish great things. We would love for you to join and be apart of our organization.
When we develop a strong member base in other states it is in our direct pursuit to find out from our members, local and state conservation groups, and Game and Fish where we can help. From there we will target projects, implement a plan and allocate the proper resources in order to help to the best of organizations abilities.