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Ashland County Wildlife Conservation League
The Ashland County Wildlife Conservation League was formed in 1926, meeting in various places until 1946 when they bought the 80 acre farm located on 1920 Co. Rd. 1035 - 5 mile south of Ashland ( halfway between Hayesville and Mifflin off Co. Hwy. 30-a.) The farm was purchased Feb. 27 1946 and paid for in full with money from memberships and fees through the sale of hunting and fishing licenses. It is now a non-profit organization funded from memberships, barn rentals, donations, and special events. Almost 80 years have gone by since the organizers: G.J.Baxter, L.G. Shenberger, H.F. Martin, B.F. Donley, and many others who believed in the future of the farm for conservation purposes and an outdoor playground for the members and their children for years to come. It has happened the way they visualized and is a wonderful place to fish, have reunions, and to enjoy the outdoors.
Type of organization:Business/Industry