Thursday, September 18, 2008

Gov. Palin receives award from trappers

On August 5th the National Trappers Association awards committee voted to give the "Conservationist of the Year Award" to Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska.

This program is designed to recognize individuals inside and outside of the trapping community for work that is done on behalf of trapping. Governor Sarah Palin’s "Conservationist of the Year Award" was given in recognition of an individual who shows outstanding leadership in protecting and conserving our wildlife resources. The Governor’s efforts to protect the moose and caribou calving areas by having that states agency implement a predator control effort on the wolves. Showing courage and leadership in the face of those who would do away with wolf population control.

BlackPowder” Bill Brookover
Walworth, NY.
NTA Member
NY State Director @ Large

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