Here we are towards the end of the year in December. And you'll notice if you're a fan of any conservation organizations, it's a big time of year for groups that do a lot of heavy lifting in the conservation community, whether that be rivers, public lands, anything like that. And it's essential to these organizations for donor dollars to see it. This is a big time that a big donation period. And if you're looking at your accounting and if you're fortunate enough to have a little bit left over, may you consider pointing towards some organizations that really punch above their weight and carry a lot of say in their collective places where they do work? For one, I'm always a gigantic fan because I'm a member of the board of directors of the Wild Steelhead Coalition, we’re almost all volunteer organization that helps advocate for wild fish and habitat and angler opportunity. But more towards what is right for the fish. And we work hard and really depend on donor dollars. The other couple that I'd like to clue you in to Save Our Wild Salmon, which is a great group that really advocates for Columbia Basin Recovery. Snake River Recovering Conservation Northwest does an amazing job throughout the state, whether it be on the Met, how valley bringing in species that have gone away like fishers in the North Cascades. And then lastly, dear to my heart, it's the public lands champion, a group of backcountry hunters and anglers, and they're just taken the conservation world and shaking it up. Not so much the fact shaking it up, but getting stuff done.
Pay it forward and keep it going.