The Hunters Heritage Council is a Washington State based organization dedicated to political action on behalf of the hunting and related communities of Washington.
The Council opposes regulation of wildlife through the initiative process and political rhetoric - It supports wildlife regulation based on science.
The Hunters Heritage Council is currently composed of 12 individual organizations representing nearly 30 hunting, trapping and fishing organizations in total. These individual organizations, representing ALL regions of the state from the Inland Empire, Columbia basin, and several groups in Western and southwest Washington, have been formally organized as the HHC since 1999.
The HHC is directed by a governing board consisting of one volunteer representative from each member organization.
The HHC also provides a lobbyist in Olympia lobbying our elected representatives to enhance our hunting privileges for Washington State hunters and to fend off countless anti-hunting bills that are introduced every legislative cycle.
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