Winnebagoland Conservation Alliance


Winnebago Conservation Club - Oshkosh

The Winnebago Conservation Club was founded in 1936 and is active in a number of different areas.  The club raises around 1200 pheasants every year which are given to the club members in good standing to release.  They also send 4 to 6 students to Conservation Camp for a week, and provide a scholarship to a student attending UW-Stevens Point every year.  In addition, they give a $500 scholarship to a graduating high school student going into the conservation field. The club also sponsors an annual fishing contest for members and holds various work day programs.  They also work with the Oshkosh West High School Wood and Water Program.  The Winnebago Conservation Club is a very active club which is always open to new members.

Meeting and Membership Information

Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 3165

Meeting Location: 1372 Wupoo St. Oshkosh, Wi.  54901

Contact Person: Mict Schafer   Phone  920-231-3142

E-Mail Address:

Meeting Dates: 2nd Monday of the Month

Meeting Times: 6:00pm

Annual Membership Fee: $25

Open to New Members: Yes

Approximate Number of Members: 22

Year Founded: 1936

Description of the club and club activities: Gives out 3 Scholarships

                                                                     Raises 1000 to 1800 Pheasants

                                                                     Brat Fry's

                                                                     Sponsor Winneconne trap Team Banquet

Club Officers

 Mict Schafer




 V. President

 George Burchert



 Cheryl Sawitski


 Wendy Schafer



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