South Saskatchewan Wildlife Association was founded in 1954 by a group of dedicated people who recognized the need to unite hunters and anglers throughout southern Saskatchewan. In 1957 the purchase of the Aquatic Club, then on the shore of Moose Jaw River, gave the SSWA a home. The building was moved to its present site in 1960 and was renamed the Sportsman Center. Our aims and our objectives are the promotion, propagation and conservation of our wildlife. This includes the protection of the habitat, promotion of farmer-hunter relations and education. Our motto is "Wildlife needs your help" and our logo is a pheasant in flight.
Any member interested in attending a directors meeting is more than welcome. These meetings are held on the fourth Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm at the Sportsman Center or any member interested in becoming a director of the SSWA or interested in participating in any wildlife projects, please contact us at email@example.com. You can purchase a membership from our web page at South Saskatchewan Wildlife Association.
Please check your membership and don't forget to renew.