Farmers’ and Sportsmen’s Conservation Club


Clubhouse: 2412 North 44th Street, Sheboygan   (920) 452-2509
Meetings: 1st Thursday of every month
Club Officers: Available at our web site

The Farmers’ & Sportsmen’s Conservation Club was organized on February 8th, 1938.  It was formed by a group of sportsmen, 13 in all, that believed something should be done to promote a better sentiment between the farmer, landowner and the sportsmen.  It’s main purpose has always been to conserve our limited natural resources, promote wildlife conservation, firearm safety and fellowship amongst sportsmen.  The original clubhouse was dedicated on August 23, 1942.  The club celebrated it’s 75th anniversary on March 16, 2013.

Membership Requirements: Active NRA Member, Annual dues $35.00 –to- $150.00 and attendance to three meetings per year. Check our website for complete details and membership application.

Skeet & Trap: We have a Tuesday Night Summer Trap League shooting from May to August, which is shot on 3 regulation trap fields, a Winter Skeet League which is shot on Wednesday nights January to March. Also available to “Active Members” we have a 200yd Rifle Range, Pistol Range, Archery Range and Muzzle Loader Range available.   The Trap and Skeet fields are open to the public on Saturday and Sunday between 1:00p.m. and 4:00p.m. Check our web site for our calendar of schedules and other information:

Involvement: We are a sponsoring member of the Sheboygan County High School Trap League. We sponsor an annual Hunter Safety Training with volunteers certified by the Wisconsin DNR, check our website for further schedule information.

We sponsor and support Sheboygan County Conservation Association, Wisconsin Wildlife Federation and other national, state and local organizations including, but not limited to, The National Rifle Association, The Sheboygan Marsh, Trees for America, The Boy Scotts of America, Sheboygan County Sheriffs Association, Sheboygan County High School Trap League, Ducks Unlimited and more …..

Join our organization; get involved with members that share your passion and enthusiasm.


2013:       75th Club Anniversary

1985:       Helped construct boat access at Gerber Lake

1976:       National Wildlife Federation Presidents Award

1975:       WI Wildlife Federation Conservation Club of the Year

1972:       Sheb. Cty Sheriff’s Dept. tranquilizer gun contribution

1938:       Club Organized


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