GOABC has submitted a Best Management Practices for Outfitting document to government, providing assurances that outfitting businesses are able to operate safely.
The study shows that fishing/hunting outfitters represent an asset for the Canadian Tourism industry and are an important economic force, particularly for rural and remote regions.
In British Columbia biologists and stakeholders are focusing on the causes for declining woodland caribou herds.
This morning the provincial government announced the complete ban on grizzly bear hunting in British Columbia (BC).
The bad news for rural BC continues to roll out, with a politically motivated announcement closing grizzly bear hunting in BC, effective November 30th, 2017.
The “Jurassic Classic” is proud to announce that the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia has stepped on board this collaborative fundraising project
Hunters and outfitters care about wildlife and take a long-term approach to their management. We also invest thousands of volunteer hours for initiatives that will benefit wildlife or their habitat.
The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) is proud to release a grizzly bear management paper that is intended to provide some facts to an emotional debate.
The GOABC applauds the efforts of former FLNRO Parliamentary Secretary Mike Morris for his report Getting the Balance Right: Improving Wildlife Habitat Management in British Columbia.
Today the GOABC announces a 5-year, $250,000 commitment to a new provincial Wildlife Stewardship Partner Program, demonstrating the role of the hunter conservationist in wildlife management.
The Wild Harvest Initiative is a multi-year project designed to accurately measure the biomass of wild protein harvested by hunters and anglers in the United States and Canada.
On June 23, 2015 the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) hosted their first summit with First Nations on guide outfitting and the economic opportunities within the guide outfitting industry.
Since the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia’s (GOABC) Fair Chase Food Program was first started in 1993, it has delivered more than 500,000 pounds of game meat to families in need and local charities throughout British Columbia.
On June 18-19, 2014, the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) hosted its second successful International Wildlife Management Symposium in Richmond, BC. The theme for the event was Stewardship in Action.
Since the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia’s (GOABC) Meat Donation Program was first started in 1993, it has delivered more than 500,000 pounds of game meat to families in need and local charities throughout British Columbia.