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Include your conservation activities in the annual report

Photo courtesy of Maryland B.A.S.S. Federation Nation
A project like the Maryland B.A.S.S. Federation Nation's construction of a weigh-in facility would be ideal for the 2011 B.A.S.S. Conservation Annual Report.

About the authors

Tyler Wade

Tyler Wade

Tyler Wade is the social media and B.A.S.S. Nation editor for B.A.S.S. Keep up with B.A.S.S. on Facebook and Twitter.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — B.A.S.S. Federation Nation clubs and chapters take conservation seriously. We at B.A.S.S. want to show that dedication to the world with our first B.A.S.S. Conservation Annual Report.

With your help, B.A.S.S. will create a condensed report that showcases the amount of work grass-roots volunteers like you perform throughout the year. From lake cleanup projects to legislation support to conservation education ventures, your work will be profiled in this guide that will be published in Bassmaster Magazine, posted on Bassmaster.com and available as a handout to anyone who asks what types of conservation your B.A.S.S. Federation Nation club or chapter does.

You can use this form to help guide you, but a form is not required to submit your information. Here are some categories that we’re interested in hearing about:

  • Access
  • Aquatic Nuisance Species and Vegetation Management
  • Conservation Education
  • Fisheries Management
  • Habitat
  • Lead Tackle Bans
  • Other Projects

If you have questions about the report or the submission process, call B.A.S.S. at 205-313-0900.

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