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Wildlife Action
Upstate Chapter
Spartanburg, SC

Motto
"Local Folks Solving Local Problems"

Slogan
"To put back more than we take"

Gun Safety

WLA Upstate Board Meeting
6:30 PM on Tuesday, February 23rd
North Spartanburg Fire Dept., 8767 Asheville Hwy., Spartanburg, SC 29316


Upstate Photo Shoot at Lost Acres
9:00 AM on Saturday, April 30th
Open to WLA Members


Pioneer Day at Lost Acres
​8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Saturday, May 14th


WLA Upstate Yard Sale
8:00 AM to Noon,  Saturday, June 11th 
John's TV 4225 S. Church St, Roebuck, SC 29376


See WLA Upstate Calendar for All Upcoming Events

New All-weather Education Center for 
WLA Upstate

   2/2/2016 Update:  The first phase of the Education Center building
   
construction is completed.  The 65’ x 30' building is roughed in.
   Roof and electrical wiring are installed.
 WLA Upstate volunteers
   are working on installing insulation and siding.

   
Contact Dick Cassel to volunteer to help with construction.
          
If you cannot help, we would appreciate your
      financial contribution to complete the building. 

  

 

Wildlife Prints with Postage Stamps for Sale

  Dick and Linda Deahl donated framed, signed, and
  numbered wildlife prints with stamps and letters of
  authenticity for WLA Upstate Chapter to sell,
  Contact John Harris at 576-4781 for details.

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Wildlife Action

Hunters, fishermen and environmentalists -
a coalition that works for conservation.

Mission Statement 

Wildlife Action is a private, non-profit grass roots organization whose mission is promoting public awareness about wildlife habitat, conservation, preservation and restoration of our natural resources, educating all people on stewardship of the good earth, and promoting responsible sportsmanship and ethics as exercised in the right to bear arms.

5 Point Law

Preservation
Conservation
Education
Sportsmanship
Fellowship

 

Wildlife Action Goals

1) Raise Public Awareness to diminishing wildlife habitat.
2) Effectively secure, protect and manage wildlife habitat.
3) Protect rivers and wetlands from unnecessary destruction and 
     development.
4) Work to reduce poaching, trespassing and other illegal and
     inconsiderate outdoor activities; encourage improved behavior of
     irresponsible outdoor users.