The by-laws of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation organize the state into 9 districts. Positions for the Board of Directors are filled from these districts, including District Vice Presidents, At-Large Board members and Affiliates.
Click on any district to view the current members of the Board of Directors. You can also see a listing of Affiliated organizations within each district that share LWF’s values and mission.
(St. Tammany, Orleans, St. Bernard, Plaquemines Parishes)
(Jefferson, Lafourche, St. Charles, St. James, St. John The Baptist Parishes)
(Lafayette, Vermilion, St. Martin, Terrebonne, Iberia, St. Mary, Iberville, Assumption Parishes)
(Caddo, Bossier, Webster, Claiborne, Lincoln, Bienville, Jackson Parishes)
Bayou Chapter of the Ozark Society
PO Box 4693
Shreveport, LA 71134-0693
President: Roy O'Neal
(Union, Morehouse, East Carroll, West Carroll, Ouachita, Richland, Madison, Caldwell, Franklin, Tensas Parishes)
(Washington, Tangipahoa, St. Helena, Livingston, Ascension, East Feliciana, West Feliciana, East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Pointe Coupee Parishes)
American Sportsmen Against Poachers
PO Box 27
Sorrento, LA 70778-0027
President: Troy Schexnayder
(Beauregard, Allen, Calcasieu, Jefferson Davis, Acadia Parishes)
Acadiana Sportsmen's League
PO Box 1828
Crowley, LA 70527-1828
President: Tim Guidry
(Grant, Lasalle, Catahoula, Concordia, Rapides, Avoyelles, Evangeline, St. Landry Parishes)
Avoyelles Wildlife Federation
PO Box 807
Mansura, LA 71350-0807
President: Terry Laborde
Rapides Wildlife Association
41 Booker Fowler Rd
Forest Hill, LA 71430-6902
President: Paul Whitehead
(Desoto, Red River, Sabine, Natchitoches, Winn, Vernon Parishes)
Become an Affiliate
of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation
The organizational structure of the Louisiana Wildlife Federation is based on its network of affiliates. The affiliates, through their representatives on the LWF's Board of Directors and delegates to the Annual Meeting, guide the development of the LWF's programs and its policies and positions on conservation matters.
Any Louisiana organization that has a primary interest in the conservation of the renewable natural resources of the state and the quality of the environment, and subscribes to the basic purposes of the LWF "To restore, preserve, develop, and increase the birds, fish, game, forestry, wild flowers and all other wild life resources of the state....." as stated in the LWF Charter, may apply for affiliation.
The reasons for affiliation include: to become more knowledgeable, effective and influential in conservation matters; to meet and interact with other conservationists from throughout the state to secure support for the affiliate's goals; to take advantage of the LWF's communication network to inform a larger audience of the work and interests of the affiliate and to recruit new affiliate members.
Read more about the benefits of affiliation and an invitation to join as an affiliate.