2016 Hampton Wildlife Fund Events!
Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund
         unds are obtained solely through private donations and special promotional projects, events and publications and are applied to very specific, yet far-reaching goals.
    Contributions are administered by a board of directors comprised of eleven South Carolinians committed to responsible natural resources management and education.  Although some of the funds are donated to special projects run by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, they, of course, are not used to replace any department programs already supported by appropriated money.
     Public education in the principles of wildlife and marine resources management and conservation is a major thrust of the fund’s purpose, a priority to meet the growing need for better-informed caretakers of our resources in this age of increased urbanization and technology.  Other educations goals include: to survey and acquire knowledge of fish and game in South Carolina; to hold property in common for educational purposes; to assist interested individuals, such as writers and students, who contribute to an understanding of wildlife and marine resources management; and to educate and train individuals in fish, wildlife and marine resources management and law enforcement.
To date, much has been accomplished...
(See a few of the worthy efforts of the
Harry Hampton Fund...)
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The Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund, Inc. is a private, non-profit corporation which
partners with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources for the promotion of
education, research, management and the administration of game and fish laws, which
will benefit conservation of wildlife, marine and other natural resources in South Carolina.
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Ft. Mill Harry Hampton Banquet
Thursday, May 12, 2016
    A unique partnership of public and private groups is helping to change the face of Sassafras Mountain, South Carolina's highest point. The Sassafras Mountain Improvement Project officially got underway Monday, Sept. 17 on top of the 3,553-foot mountain in northern Pickens County.
    Ultimately, the project will include an observation tower to give visitors a 360-degree view of the surrounding mountains of Georgia, North Carolina and even Tennessee. Other amenities will feature new trails and other public-use facilities such as restrooms.
    Partners in the Sassafras Mountain effort include the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Pickens County, Clemson University, The Conservation Fund, The Highpointers Club, Duke Energy, the Foothills Trail Conference, and the Harry Hampton Memorial Wildlife Fund.
    The Harry Hampton Fund will receive the funds for the project, which present a unique opportunity for those interested in the project to contribute by purchasing a brick paver that will be placed on the mountain with the donor’s name engraved.
Hampton Fund A Partner In Sassafras Mountain Improvement Project
    The Harry Hampton Fund will receive the funds for the project, which present a unique opportunity for those interested in the project to contribute by purchasing a brick paver that will be placed on the mountain with the donor’s name engraved.
    To learn how you can contribute, click HERE or the Sassafras Mountain Observation Tower icon at right.
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CLICK HERE to view all winners, plus learn more
about the Hampton Wildlife Fund's scholarship program for S.C. students attending a S.C. college or university.
Congratulations to Ashley Davis of Irmo, SC, recipient of the 2015-2016 Hampton Wildlife Fund Scholarship. Ms. Davis will attend the University of South Carolina Honors College.
Hampton Fund Names 2015-2016 Scholarship Recipients