Nosler Joins Boone & Crockett's Trailblazers in Conservation

Nosler®, Inc. has joined Boone and Crockett Club's "Trailblazers in Conservation" initiative to help the hunting community rise to the challenges of a changing world.

If sporting lifestyles--and the conservation successes long funded through hunting--are to thrive in the future, then today's sportsmen must find a way to balance increased energy development, unmitigated urban sprawl, wildlife disease outbreaks, conflicting policies and a host of other challenges.

Through Trailblazers in Conservation, Nosler is sponsoring the Club's work for better scientific wildlife management, balanced policies, hunter advocacy and broader public understanding of the applications and benefits of sustainable-use conservation.

"History proves it: If Americans want healthy, abundant wildlife in the future, then hunters must have stronger representation in Washington D.C. today," said Marc Mondavi, vice president of communications for the Club. "That's because no one has ever been more effective than hunters at leading and funding conservation."

Mondavi added that Boone and Crockett is uniquely positioned to lead a new charge, since the Club has been shaping sound environmental policy since Theodore Roosevelt founded the organization in 1887. Its members have been instrumental in many milestone conservation measures such as the Pittman-Robertson Act, Lacy Act, federal Duck Stamp program, National Wilderness Preserve Act, Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, Farm Bills from the 1930s to now, and many others.

In 1946, a true American success story began to unfold when John A. Nosler experienced poor bullet performance on a Canadian moose and decided there must be a better design. Two years later, John started the Nosler Partition Bullet Company in Ashland, Ore. Nearly 70 years later, the Nosler name is still synonymous with leading bullet designs such as their Ballistic Tip® and AccuBond® products. Nosler, Inc. has now grown to include their signature lines of ammunition, rifles and component brass that redefined the industry as well as the ability of hunters to harvest game cleanly, quickly and ethically.

Nosler is proud to support the Boone and Crockett Club because there is a direct correlation between the health of our game populations, and the health of the hunting industry. Without their tireless commitment to conservation, our hunting heritage would most certainly be at risk.

Nosler joins Boyt Harness Co., Buck Knives, Swarovski Optik and Bass Pro Shops as partners in Trailblazers in Conservation. Learn more about the Trailblazers in Conservation corporate sponsorship program by contacting Boone and Crockett at (406) 542-1888, ext. 208, or keith@boone-crockett.org

About the Boone and Crockett Club
North America's first hunting and conservation organization, the Boone and Crockett Club was founded by Theodore Roosevelt in 1887. Its mission is to promote the conservation and management of wildlife, especially big game and its habitat, to preserve and encourage hunting and to maintain the highest ethical standards of fair chase and sportsmanship. Join us at www.boone-crockett.org.