Dear Fellow Hunter,
We started the Lansing Area Chapter in the year 2000 and we now have grown to nearly 200 members. If you share an avid commitment to hunting and conservation, and support protecting our rights as hunters, we invite you to join us.
Complete online application by CLICKING HERE (choose Lansing as your local chapter) or,
When you join SCI, you can become a better-informed hunter and conservationist. Your dues help SCI protect your hunting rights in Lansing, Washington DC, and around the world.
When our members get together, you can find someone who has hunted almost anywhere in Michigan, the United States, or around the world. Members willingly share their experiences, good and bad, so you can successfully plan your future hunt. SCI has an annual hunters’ convention where members can visit well over 1000 exhibits by outfitters, hunting equipment suppliers and taxidermists. While at the convention, members can also book hunts which will take them anywhere in the world.
Our conservation efforts include helping to finance Michigan DNR research projects related to moose, bear, southern deer, and wolf. We routinely send educators to the American Wilderness Leadership School at the SCI ranch near Jackson Hole, Wyoming where they learn the importance of hunting as a conservation tool.
SCI’s logo, “First for hunters” means just that. We have a staff of wildlife and legal experts in Washington DC that work with Congress full time. They assure legislation effecting wildlife is based on science and not emotions. Likewise, our right to hunt is also closely guarded.SCI works the same way for us on a local level with our Michigan Government, all the other state governments, and with the governments of countries worldwide.
As a Chapter member, you will receive the Lansing Area Newsletter, which is full of local news. From the National Organization, you will receive six beautiful issues of the award winning Safari Magazine and the monthly Safari Times. The Safari magazine covers hunting and conservation on every continent and the Safari Times keeps you updated on the current issues affecting your hunting.
If you have any questions or need more information please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.