On the Hunt for Sustainability: New course explores the role of hunting in conservation

Written by Sarah Fuller Reprinted with permission from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service This spring semester marked the beginning of a unique course opportunity for students within the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to explore wildlife conservation through the lens of a multifaceted practice that has sustained humans for millennia and is foundational to […]

DSC and DSC Foundation Build for the Future

Dallas Safari Club and the DSC Foundation are excited to announce structural changes in the leadership of our organizations. The primary change is the appointment of a single Chief Executive Officer who will oversee both Dallas Safari Club and the DSC Foundation. Corey Mason has been selected to serve in this new position.

Chapter’s Action Trackchair Provides Access for Youth

Do you get excited when you see a cottontail, a whitetail, a swallowtail, a scissortail? For most outdoor lovers, all it takes is to pack up the car and head out down the trail, out to the lake, or up a mountain to experience all that nature has to offer. For hunters and anglers, the […]

Paralympic Shooting Team Gets World Champs Boost, Thanks to DSC

DSC and DSC Foundation are stepping up once again to support their longtime conservation partner, America’s Shooting Team, in hopes of helping Raise The Flag. This time, they are providing $25,000 in travel support to USA Shooting’s Paralympic Shooting Team ahead of the upcoming 2019 World Shooting Para Sport Championships, October 11-18 in Sydney, Australia. […]

DSC, DSCF Exposure Increasing

This piece was originally featured in the June edition of Camp Talk The presence of DSC at home in the States and around the world, continues to grow. DSC is a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, a member of the International Council for Game & Wildlife Conservation (CIC) and in time, […]

Grants in Action: 1,000 Students to Receive Hot Lunches

DSC Foundation supplied a grant for the Olosiva Lunch Program, which ensures that 1,000 students at the Olosiva School in Tanzania receive hot lunch every day of the school year. For some students, this simple benefit could be the motivation to stay in school. Since the inception of the program in 2002, over 100 more […]