|Focuses||Education/OutreachPolicy/RegulationWildlife/Fish ConservationYouth Programs and Activities|
|Group Types||Fish and Wildlife Association|
The Purposes of the Golden District Rod & Gun Club outlined in the club Constitution shall be:
• To foster the propagation and conservation of the fish and wildlife of British Columbia, and the control and protection of British Columbia’s ecology for the purposes aforesaid:
• To foster cooperation and mutual good will between the sportsmen of Golden area and of British Columbia generally, and also with the sportsmen of the other provinces of Canada, and the states of the United States of America for the purposes mentioned herein:
• To assist constituted authority in every reasonable manner in the preservation of the fish and wildlife and in the enforcement of all laws and regulations affecting the same:
• To associate on an agreed basis with other bodies having like objectives in regard to fish, wildlife and related recreation activities:
• To encourage preservation and the maintenance of harmonious relations between industry, land owners and sportsmen.
• To conduct classes and instructions on the subjects of fish and wildlife laws, the proper, safe, and legal handling of fish equipment, boats, and firearms and the proper, safe, and legal methods of hunting, fishing, and boating and the conservation of fish and wildlife.
We encourage hunting, fishing, and shooting among the residents of the Golden district with a view towards better knowledge of the safe use of firearms and conservation ethics.
Founded in the 1930s, the Golden District Rod and Gun Club has always encouraged the propagation of fish and wildlife through conservation. We support the local community with donations and by training locals about proper use of firearms. The Golden District Rod and Gun Club is home to one of the longest ranges in British Columbia. Our facilities are conveniently located a short 15 minute drive West of Golden. We pride ourselves on being active in the community through educational events and scientific research in the regional area.