Third annual Field to Table event to highlight WWF’s work

JACKSON, Wyo.— Wyoming’s oldest and largest sportsman’s and conservation organization, the Wyoming Wildlife Federation, will host its 3rd annual Jackson Hole Field to Table at the Center for the Arts on October 17 from 5:30–7:30 p.m.

The evening will include a short film highlighting WWF’s work, cocktails from Jackson Hole StillWorks, and small bites from Laughing Pig and Sweet Cheeks Meats. The $40 admission includes a WWF and Hunt To Eat-branded stainless steel mug, two drink tickets, wild harvested game and local food, and raffles for outdoor, fishing and hunting gear. The October 17th event celebrates WWF’s conservation successes and collaboration for future solutions.

“We are a statewide organization, working for wildlife, habitat and outdoor opportunity, particularly on the policy front. This event is designed to bring together the conservationist and the hunting and angling community, which we see as the same,” said Dwayne Meadows, Wilson resident and Executive Director of Wyoming Wildlife Federation

Tickets are $40 and can be purchased online or at the door.

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