The Sudbury Game and Fish Protective Association is actively involved in the conservation, health and welfare of the wildlife and resources in and around the Sudbury Area.
We work aggressively to maintain and improve the environment, fish, and wildlife in our community through such projects as stocking fish, annual tree planting, and helping to re-introduce Elk into Ontario.
Since 1916 we have been interested in “giving back” both to our community and our environment. With that in mind our club has a long history of re-stocking lakes, running fish hatcheries, feeding deer during hard winters, creating and installing nesting boxes for various waterfowl, working with the Provincial government to re-introduce Elk into northern Ontario, and so many more projects that we could not begin to list all of them here. We also played a large part in the founding of the Nickel District Conservation Authority.
Each year members plant trees in the spring, help to re-stock and clean up the Junction Creek waterways in our area, work on highway clean up crews with the Adopt A Road program, and fund projects to re-stock or re-introduce many types of animals and fish in the north.
Please come out to a meeting this year and find out for yourself how you can help us preserve our great natural heritage.