Wildlife Conservation Foundation for Ohio: 635 Tater Knob Road Peebles, Ohio 45660
I would like to invite you to be an inaugural member of the newly formed Wildlife Conservation Foundation for Ohio, dedicated to improving our knowledge of and commitment to conservation of Ohio's natural resources. We are raising funds to assist the Division of Wildlife in acquiring public lands for hunting, fishing, bird watching and nature study. The land is for our citizens, accessible by all our citizens, and managed to benefit wildlife.
Did you know?
That over the course of its life, a tree can store 10,000 lb of carbon dioxide.
That one acre of trees sucks up enough carbon to offset the pollution produced by one car driven 8,700 miles.
Ohio ranks 47th per capita among the 50 states in the amount of public land avaliable to its citizens for outdoor recreation.
Ohio's private lands encompass over 95 percent of the state.
The U.S. Environmental Protection agency's annual toxic-release inventory shows that Ohio plants and factories release 115.1 million pounds of toxic air pollutants. Ohio is the #1 producer of toxic air pollution.
Ohio's population of 11.5 million residents is 75 percent urban and 25 percent rural.
There are more than 2 million Ohio school children in more than 600 school districts.
Grassland habitats are considered to be among the most threatened ecosystems in North America.
That you can make a difference by joining WCFO today.
The Wildlife Conservation Foundation for Ohio is a publicly supported 501(c)3 charitable organization governed by a board of private citizens. We recieve funding, individual, corporate and foundation gifts and grants. WCFO's Federal Tax ID# is 26-2934180.
Family Membership $25 Conservation Banquet Sponsor $250
Wildlife Conservation Foundation for Ohio is dedicated to Ohio's Wildlife, Conservation, Habitiat, and to educate others about the Importance of expanding Ohio's Wild Outdoors for Future Generations to Enjoy.