The North Dakota Chapter of the Wildlife Society supports a wide variety of activities to benefit wildlife including research, student and professional development, lobbying for wildlife issues and providing information to industry and government about how to minimize impacts to wildlife. All of these activities are supported by hours of volunteer work, but it also takes funding to fulfill our mission effectively.
The Dakota Prairie Legacy (DPL) Endowment Program provides support for the Chapter to meet the many urgent challenges confronting wildlife and their habitats. The DPL endowment program accepts gifts of cash, property, and deferred (estate) gifts. Please consider donating to The North Dakota Chapter of Wildlife Society. To discuss additional options, contact Mike McEnroe (701/224-8335) or Mike Goos (701/315-0529).
The Bill Bicknell Memorial fund has been established to honor Bill's conservation ethic and his commitment to natural resource conservation. Bill served as the Chapter's secretary-treasurer, as an executive board member, as president, and past president. He was instrumental in fostering involvement and developmental activities for students in the conservation field, and the memorial fund will provide scholarship funds to students who are working toward obtaining their degree in the conservation field.