On Tuesday September 22, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the
This private club relies on its membership to remain open, yet provides a greater service to the area by protecting and providing exceptional habitat for wildlife. The Sonoma Land Trust claims that the surrounding public lands provide more than adequate hunting opportunities, yet these under funded and poorly managed public lands have poor access, maintain less wildlife, and have no facilities for hunting dogs. Whether or not you have hunted at Black Point Sports Club, sportsmen and hunters need to stand together and take on these increasing attacks against our hunting heritage, which work to close already limited hunting lands one step at a time.
The Community Center is located at
If you cannot attend the meeting, please send your support in the form of letters/faxes/phone calls/emails to John Brosnan, Baylands
Program Manager of
Baylands Program Manager