Oregon Hall of Shame: Killers of the North American Conservation Model
North American Wildlife Conservation Model (NAWCM)
Hunting and angling are the cornerstones of the North American Model with sportsmen and women serving as the foremost funders of conservation. Through self-imposed excise taxes on hunting, shooting, archery and angling equipment, and a tax on boating fuels, these conservationists have generated more than $14 billion for wildlife and habitat conservation since 1937. More information available here.
The following individuals and organizations have earned a spot in the Oregon Outdoor Council's "Hall of Shame". These individuals and organizations repeatedly, and proudly, support efforts to curtail - if not outright eliminate - hunting, angling, and trapping opportunities in Oregon.
The members of the Oregon Outdoor Council's "Hall of Shame" are selected by the Oregon Outdoor Council's board of directors, and reflects the opinions of the board.
- Rob Klavins, Oregon Wild
- Bob Ferris, Cascadia Wildlands
- Scott Beckstead, HSUS
- Bob Sallinger, Portland Audubon Society
- Jamie Rappaport Clark, Defenders of Wildlife
- Wally Sykes, Trap Free Oregon