The Yukon Fish & Game Association is the largest frontline organization advocating for the protection and sustainable management of the Yukon’s wildlife and outdoor resources, while supporting the values, heritage and interests of anglers, hunters, and our First Nations partners. Our membership consists mainly of Yukoners—including both First Nations people and people not of First Nations ancestry—but is open to all who share our values.
The YFGA’s purpose is to:
The YFGA provides a forum for Yukoners to connect and share ideas about how to conserve and manage the territory’s outdoor resources ethically and sustainably. We support projects that protect wildlife habitat and bolster fish populations, and we also provide outdoor education and mentoring opportunities for women, youth, and people with limited outdoor experience.
The YFGA has a Board of Directors comprised of 12 Directors and 4 Executives. We have one fulltime Office Manager and a fulltime Executive Director to administer YFGA initiatives. To learn about the history of the YFGA, click here.