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Conservation

See us in the exhibitor's hall at the Riverhouse Convention Center

50TH ANNIVERSARY CONSERVATION PROGRAM
see program schedules for day and time

The Origin, Decline, and Resurgence of Conservation as a Guiding Principle in the Federation of Fly Fishers

The International Federation of Fly Fishers was founded in 1965 with a dual mission of educating fly fishers and promoting conservation through advocacy. The strong conservation roots of the organization weakened during the 1980s; however, efforts since the mid-1990s have focused on rebuilding and refining its conservation programs.  Since 2000, IFFF’s conservation efforts and advocacy stances have become increasingly science-based and more sharply focused on conservation of native fishes and their aquatic habitats.  Further strengthening IFFF’s commitment to conservation could serve as the fulcrum for increasing membership and defining IFFF’s conservation legacy.

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