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Barrie District Hunters & Anglers Conservation Club

The Barrie District Hunters and Anglers Conservation Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the responsible use and protection of our natural resources.

Conservation Programs At

Barrie District Hunters & Anglers Conservation Club

Each spring and summer, the membership of  BDHACC engages in multiple cleanup projects around our community.

Awards of the

Barrie District Hunters & Anglers Conservation Club

Over the past 57 years since the club was formed, it has won multiple awards for its participation in various conservation programs

Since 1953, the membership of the Barrie District Hunters & Anglers Conservation Club have taken consistent, direct action to improve our local wildlife habitats, care for and protect our local environment and increase community awareness for environmental causes

Conservation Programs

Creek, watershed and roadway cleanup, turtle nesting project, tree planting, community service are only a few projects from the long list of conservation initiatives that BDHACC completes every year

Our Achievements

Over the years of club’s existence, Barrie District Hunters & Anglers Conservation Club has won multiple trophies and awards, including The Young Conservation Champion award, Mary Pickford Trophy, John Graves Simcoe Award of Excellence, and others

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Mary Pickford Trophy 2017

For the fourth time over the past 57 years, the Barrie District Anglers & Hunters Conservation Club has won the Mary Pickford Trophy. In 2016, with the help of the Rotary Club of Barrie, they were able to purchase and plant 10,000 trees throughout the...

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OFAH Heritage Junior Award 2017

The OFAH Heritage Junior Award was first presented in 1987 and honors the young person who has made the most outstanding contribution to conservation over the past year. Tynan Storey is a member of the Barrie District Hunters and Anglers ConservationClub....

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Tree Planting on BDHACC property 2016

During the month of May 2016, BDAHCC in conjunction with the Huronia Rotary Club, planted 10,000 trees on the BDHACC property.  The mixture of these included600 red oak trees, with the balancebeing  75% red pine and 25% white pine.  It is the goal, of both...

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