Is to promote the wise use and conservation of all wildlife and natural resources in order to pass on to future generations their absolute right to enjoy and participate in our hunting and fishing heritage.
Who and What is the Ashtabula County Wildlife Conservation League?
The Ashtabula County Wildlife Conservation League (ACWCL) is a group of thirteen conservation clubs located in Ashtabula and Lake County. These clubs have joined together, forming a League, with the intent and purpose of passing on the heritage and right to pursue the outdoors sports, such as hunting, fishing, camping, recreational firearms shooting, and archery. Along those lines we also represent sportsmen and women in political issues at the state and local levels that mirror our mission statement. Issues concerning shooting, hunting, fishing, trapping, and conversation.
Each of the thirteen clubs has two voting representatives that attend our monthly meetings to develop policies, procedures and discuss issues that are of concern to our affiliated clubs and the sportsmen throughout the state of Ohio.
If you would like to be a part of the Ashtabula County Wildlife Conservation League, you must join one of our affiliated clubs. All of our clubs have a wide variety of activities and depending on the club, some even have a fair amount of land for their club members use.
Please feel free to look at each club’s synopsis on our web site and at each clubs’ functions, activities, and events. Hopefully, this will enable you to determine which club fits you best. After joining a club, you will automatically become a member in good standing of ACWCL.
If you have any questions , please don’t hesitate to call.
President - Dale Sunderlin
Vice President - Don Hancock