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Kings County Wildlife Association

Located In Kings County (NS)
Where To Find Us
Kentville, NS
Areas Served Kings County (NS)
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Description & Services
Information Mission: 
Kings County Wildlife Association (KCWA) is dedicated to the conservation and enhancement of the wildlife resources of Kings County for those who hunt, trap or fish and those who otherwise choose to enjoy the outdoors. 
About Us: 
Kings County Wildlife Association (KCWA) is a wildlife conservation organization based in Kings County, Nova Scotia.  
KCWA was established in 1926 and has been active since that time.  
The Association has been involved in efforts to enhance wildlife resources and their habitat through projects and programs aimed at protecting, conserving, and enhancing wildlife populations.  
KCWA been involved in air quality, forestry, environmental & wildlife issues as well as stream rehabilitation, water temperature monitoring, water quality testing, and salmon, trout & bass enhancement projects, and many other beneficial projects. 
We welcome new members & new ideas, and are interested in encouraging youths to become involved and take an interest in outdoor activities and environmental issues. 
The association meets on the first Tuesday of each month at Kingstec Campus. Meetings are open to the public.
Special Information
Established 1926
Tags Annapolis Valley Connect ; Community Organizations ; Recreation Categories ; Volunteer Opportunity
Categories - General Volunteer Opportunities ; Wildlife Appreciation Societies