Your mem­ber­ship at work

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The mem­ber­ship in­crease will also pro­vide ad­di­tional re­sources to al­low FGA to ad­dress chal­lenges and pro­mote both the link be­tween con­ser­va­tion and sus­tain­able use of wildlife through hunt­ing and recre­ational shoot­ing. With the sup­port of mem­bers, FGA can con­tinue its proac­tive ef­forts to se­cure the fu­ture of hunt­ing in Aus­tralia, to grow clay tar­get shoot­ing, to in­vest ad­vo­cacy re­sources into na­tional and local is­sues, and to con­tinue the 60 years of prac­ti­cal con­ser­va­tion work around wet­land habi­tats and wa­ter­fowl. So where do your mem­ber­ship dol­lars go? Op­er­a­tions, Sup­port, Mem­ber­ship Ad­min­is­tra­tion in­cludes wages of the Na­tional Of­fice staff who con­trib­ute sig­nif­i­cantly to ad­vo­cacy, gov­er­nance, events and pro­mo­tions, as well as the pro­vi­sion of mem­ber ser­vices. A good pro­por­tion of those mem­ber­ship dol­lars helps carry the fight for hunt­ing, firearms own­er­ship and stew­ard­ship of pub­lic land used for hunt­ing and recre­ational shoot­ing.

In­sur­ance refers to pub­lic li­a­bil­ity in­sur­ance for both the or­gan­i­sa­tion and mem­bers and does not in­clude firearms in­sur­ance.

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