Dennis Treadwell

Venison Stew

Venison Stew We’ve all spent cold mornings walking in frosty fields along the river hunting deer and pheasant. One thing for certain, whether you were able to harvest something or not, nothing beat coming home to a dinner of hearty venison stew for warming you through and through. Like most recipes, this one has evolved …

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Sholes Family And SCI National Capital Chapter Deliver Blue Bags To Palmiet Rural School, South Africa.

John Sholes, son (Jeff) daughter (Tracy and wife (Judy) spent a few days with the Arthur Rudman Family of Blaauwkrantz Safaris.  John and Judy had been at the Rudman’s several times before and Jeff made his second visit.  Tracy had never been to South Africa before.  The National Capital Chapter has donated to the Palmiet …

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Hunter Legacy 100 Fund Supports Future Of African Wildlife Consultative Forum

The Hunter Legacy 100 Fund (HLF 100 Fund) recently awarded Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) a grant of $50,000 to secure the long-term future of the African Wildlife Consultative Forum (AWCF). The HLF 100 Fund endowment was created in support of approved SCIF projects in the areas of world-wide conservation, outdoor education, and humanitarian projects. …

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The Best Of The West And Huskemaw Optics Support SCIF Through Donation

The Best of the West and Huskemaw Optics have joined with SCI Foundation to help ensure the future of wildlife through conservation, education and hunting. Their donation of a custom Mountain Scout rifle and Huskemaw scope to the Forever For Wildlife Dream Hunt Sweepstakes will help ensure that SCI Foundation will be able to continue …

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SCI’s Columbia Basin Chapter Donates Riding Lawn Mower To AWLS

This year, when the call went out to support AWLS, the Columbia Basin Chapter stepped up to show their support, providing a brand-new riding lawn mower. The American Wilderness Leadership School (AWLS), every year is supported by many contributions and donations given by SCI chapters and members through an AWLS wish list. This wish list …

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Some Important Points About Beneficiary Designations To Simplify Your Family’s Life

Retirement accounts, life insurance, and annuities pass upon death by beneficiary designation – not by will or trust. Checking beneficiary designations can give a lot of benefits will little hassle and cost. Having a will is in place isn’t enough.Revocable – You can modify or revoke beneficiary designations at any time during your lifetime.Inexpensive – …

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New Publication Highlights Uganda Sitatunga Research

A SCIF funded project on sitatunga in Uganda recently published a scientific article, “Population density of sitatunga in riverine wetland habitats.” The researcher, Dr. Camille Warbington, also recently defended her PhD dissertation at the University of Alberta. Sitatunga are a very under studied species, owing to their elusive nature in deep papyrus swamps, so this …

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