Sustainable Use. Protect The Resource.

For the modern trapper, the furbearer species in which he/she pursues, and the lands in which they traverse must be conserved. As users of the natural land, we must protect and watch over these irreplaceable resources. Our regulated take of wildlife comes with a price: we must do everything in our power to conserve these resources for our future generations. Its a price North America’s trappers have been & will continue contributing to.

Soaking up the conservation bandwidth in New England:

Your source for facts, figures, and thought-provoking discussion on wildlife management, wildlife conflict control and our sustainable role in the natural environment.

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Listen to Furbearer Conservation™ contributor Jeff Traynor, as he chats with other local conservationists about the benefits of regulated trapping, and hands-on conservation of natural resources. Thanks to Fred Bird from NWTF's Strutzone All-access, Jay Scott from The Big Buck Registry, and Kris from Coyote Trapping School for the airtime!