To support the mission of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission;
To help assure the future of high quality hunting, fishing and outdoor recreation opportunities in Arkansas;
To develop, promote and participate in conservation education programs for educators, students and all other Arkansans; and
To acquire and provide financial support for properties and facilities for conservation education programs, wildlife habitat, and land for game and fish management programs through gifts, donations, bequests, and grants.
Become a Member
The Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation’s Annual Membership Fund is designed to form a partnership among individual Arkansans to firmly establish leadership in the conservation of Arkansas’s natural resources. Our dedicated partners are invited to contribute annually to help support the mission of the Foundation as we work to enhance Arkansas’s natural resources.
We need your help...
The Annual Membership Program is an excellent way to show your support for the future of fish and wildlife resources of Arkansas. We invite you to join the Foundation. Help us make a difference and a positive impact – be that fan that sparks the flame for the future generation of conservationists and outdoor enthusiast.
STEVE SMITH ENDOWMENT
The Steve Smith Endowment will provide a financial base for the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation, giving it the ability to embark on projects, programs, and services bolstering the mission of the Foundation in its goal of supporting the needs of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The Endowment was created by AGFF Board Member Witt Stephens, who announced a challenge gift for the fund, vowing to match every dollar raised up to $150,000! Please click on the link below to make your gift.
Steve Smith served as president of the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation for 25 years. During his tenure, Steve guided many foundation projects, including the purchase of the Robinwood addition to Wattensaw Wildlife Management Area, the purchase of a 421-acre tract for Fred Berry Conservation Education Center on Crooked Creek, and the development of the Arkansas Game and Fish Foundation Shooting Sports Complex in Jacksonville. Steve passed away March 22, 2017, at the age of 70.