Lansing SCI Blog

Lansing Kindergarten Teacher Teaches Conservation in the Classroom 

by Erin Saros, Lansing School District Kindergarten Teacher In October of 2018, my friend decided to apply to the American Wilderness Leadership School in Wyoming and she encouraged me to apply with her.  I had never heard of the program before, but thought, “why not?”. I filled out the application, wrote the essay to get a scholarship, […]

SCI Launches Hunter Information Service as New Member Benefit

Safari Club International has introduced a new benefit that is available to all SCI members at no additional cost. The newly launched Hunter Information Service offers information on hunting travel, destinations, trophy importation issues and much more. The service features an online library and real-time hotline for information on all things related to hunting, hunting […]

What have our AWLS Teachers been up to?

Find out how our AWLS Teachers are bringing the outdoors into their classrooms! Last year the Lansing SCI chapter sent two local teachers to American Wilderness Leadership School (AWLS.) Kate List is a 5th grade teacher at Our Savior Lutheran in Lansing and Lana Clayton teachers 4th-8th grade at Mid Michigan Leadership Academy A quick reminder about […]


CURRENT LITIGATION The following information originally appeared in The Safari Club International Litigation Newsletter, January 2019 Vol. XIII, No. I CONVENTION EDITION SCI is currently involved, will soon be involved, or has recently been involved in the following cases: Defense of Congressional Review Act and Joint Resolution (CBD v. Zinke) – Anti-hunting groups sued to invalidate Joint Resolution […]