Fly Fishers International has a program whereby conservation groups or businesses can become a partner of the organization. Conservation Partnerships may be entered into as formal collaborations with regional, national and/or international organizations or businesses (Conservation Partners) who share mutual natural resource conservation goals and philosophies with Fly Fishers International (FFI). The organization or business will be designated a Conservation Partner and each partnership will be posted on the FFI and Conservation Partner websites with corresponding links and announced on respective social media venues.
The purpose of forming Conservation Partnerships shall be to formally recognize and acknowledge shared conservation commitments on behalf of respective members, customers and community and to establish communication necessary to collaborate towards achievement of mutual conservation goals as partners. Candidate Conservation Partners may be organizations who serve member interests in any form of outdoor recreation and/or enjoyment and/or business engaged in providing products or services to customers who enjoy the out of doors and are committed to the philosophy that healthy natural landscapes are essential to our own enjoyment and quality of life.
Conservation Partnership Application (Fillable PDF to download and print)
Approval of each Conservation Partnership Application (Application) will be made by the FFI Chairman of the Board and President and CEO upon recommendation by the Board Conservation Committee. The Application will include statements describing the mutual conservation goals and benefits of the Partnership and serve upon approval/signature as formal agreement of the Partnership.
135 San Lorenzo Ave., Suite #860
Coral Gables, FL
109 Sanford Lane
Seal Beach, CA 90740
P.O. Box 2308
Sandpoint, ID 83864
Sascha Clark Danylchuk
Dr. Stuart McLanaghan
114 N. Glendora Ave, Suite 183
Glendora, CA 91741
The FFI has established a working relationship with the National Fish Habitat Partners. We are members of the following partnerships and in some cases serve on committees of the organization. You can find more information about the NFHP by visiting their website at http://fishhabitat.org .