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Organization

The San Juan Wildlife Federation was organized on November 27, 1957 for the purpose of promoting the conservation of this nation's natural resources. During the 1970's and 1980's the Federation was instrumental in bringing to the fore front environmental issues concerning several major government programs. Some of those programs include the Animas-La Plata Diversion project, Bureau of Land Management - B-Square Ranch land exchange, Navajo Indian Irrigation Project, June 4th, 1976 Tailings spill into the Animas River, and the construction of the PNM and APS generating stations. For its efforts the Federation received the President's Award from the National Wildlife Federation and Stan Boyer, its President, received the KOB Wildlife Conservation Award.  The Federation promoted in the past and continues to promote organized firearms education, events, and competitions. A recent addition is the popular Youth Sportsfest held annually.


Our Objectives

1. To protect our country's natural resources from abuse, over-use, and squander; thereby conserving those precious resources for future generations.

2. The Federation is organized to provide public firearms safety and shooting experiences for adults and youth, to sponsor public firearms safety and shooting events for the benefit of the communities and to encourage and participate in the furthering of public firearms safety and hunter safety in public schools and the communities of San Juan County.


Our Pledge

"I pledge to protect and conserve the natural resources of America. I promise to educate future generations so they may become caretakers of our water, air, land and wildlife."


Membership Requirements

Attend one membership meeting (with sponsorship) or attend two meetings (without sponsorship) within six months. (See By Laws Article 4). The general membership meetings are held at the SJWF range facility on the third Tuesday of each month. Dues are $200.00 per year for non-NRA members or $100.00 per year with proof of current NRA membership. For further information see the Membership page.


Location

The San Juan Wildlife Federation Range is located 2 1/2 miles east of Farmington, NM on the north side of US Highway 64. Click here to view a map.


Donations

Donations to the San Juan Wildlife Federation must be made to the San Juan United Way and designated to go to the San Juan Wildlife Federation in order to be tax deductible. The San Juan United Way can be contacted at 505-326-1195 for specific instructions on how to submit tax deductible donations.


Contact Information

Telephone
505-325-5355
Postal address
PO Box 1411, Farmington, NM 87499-1411
Physical address
#5652 US Highway 64, Farmington, NM 87401
Electronic mail
General Information: info@sjwf.org
President: president@sjwf.org
Vice-President: vp@sjwf.org
Executive Office: xo@sjwf.org
Outdoor Range Officer: outdoor@sjwf.org
Indoor Range Officer: indoor@sjwf.org
Board of Directors: bod@sjwf.org 
Newsletter Editor: news@sjwf.org
Webmaster: webmaster@sjwf.org
 
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Last modified: March 26, 2012