Celebrating 75 Years of America’s Most Successful
We celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program this year, which is something every hunter, every fisherman, every shooter and every boater should be very proud of. Our user pay, public benefit program has provided over $660 million for fish and wildlife conservation in Alaska, supplied jobs for many Americans and benefitted local economies through fishing, hunting, boating and shooting activities. Sportsmen are ensuring that fish and game populations are abundant, and that we have opportunities and access to fish, hunt, shoot and go boating!
WSFR Chief Steve Klein and Program Biologist Cliff Schleusner
fishing the bounty of Prince William Sound!
Photo Credit: Steve Klein/USFWS
BoatUS, Service Video Salutes Boaters Contribution to Sport Fish and Wildlife Restoration
75 Years – It’s your nature!
Honorable Alaska Representative Neuman introduces resolution celebrating WSFR's 75th Anniversary!
Explore Fishing and Hunting Opportunities in Alaska
Fishing and Hunting Education and Outreach
Purchase your fishing and hunting licenses online
Alaska Fish & Wildlife News Success Stories:
Brown Bear Research in Alaska
The Perfect Fishing Trip
Mountain Goats in Focus. Biologists Share Management and Research
Moose Management Success in the Lower Yukon
Hunters Supporting Conservation: Wildlife Restoration Celebrates 75th Anniversary