Making a living and growing a business in the hunting industry is special. Hunters are more passionate end users than individuals in any other specialty past time we have ever come across. We are no different at Stone Glacier. Not only is it sound business practice to protect our right to hunt and to conserve the animals we love to pursue but personally and professionally we are proud to go above and beyond the norm. If you look inside the walls of Stone Glacier you’ll see that we have rooted ourselves in the conservation community. One of our employees started an organization known as 2% for Conservation. So, you can see…it’s more than just talking the talk. It’s walking the walk.

Here are a few of the ways Stone Glacier helps protect the future of wildlife:

Stone Glacier 2% for Conservation

2% for Conservation Business Member + Stone Glacier is a Certified Business Member of 2% for Conservation which means we annually give back at least 1% of every sale to conservation groups as well as contribute at least 1% of our employee’s time to volunteering with conservation groups. To learn more about 2% for Conservation visit

Stone Glacier Wild Sheep Foundation – We Give Campaign

Wild Sheep Foundation – We Give Campaign + In addition to being a WSF Gold Sponsor as well as a sponsor of their <1i Club, Stone Glacier has also committed to giving back $5 for every pack sold to WSF’s We Give Campaign. We Give Campaign dollars are ear tagged to go directly back to on-the-ground conservation projects to “Put and Keep Sheep on the Mountain.” To learn more about WSF’s We Give Campaign visit

Stone Glacier & Wild Sheep Society of BC

Wild Sheep Society of BC is a non-profit registered Society dedicated to the protection and enhancement of wild sheep and wild sheep habitat throughout “Beautiful British Columbia”. To learn more about Wild Sheep Society of BC visit their website at

Stone Glacier & Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance

Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance The Rocky Mountain Goat Alliance's mission is to increase and enhance the management, range and populations of Rocky Mountain Goats across both native and suitable non-native North American habitats without negatively impacting native ungulates while educating the public of ongoing conservation projects and petitioning for the expansion of sustainable hunting opportunities across the continent. Stone Glacier is proud to be a sponsor of RMGA. To learn more about RMGA visit their website at

Stone Glacier & BHA

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers seeks to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters. To learn more about BHA visit their website at

Stone Glacier & Heros and Horses

Heroes And Horses exists to redefine the relationship between challenge and purpose, by reintegrating combat veterans through an innovative, comprehensive and effective process that uses the wilderness, the horse/human connection, and a proven leadership model. To learn more about Heroes And Horses visit their website at

Stone Glacier & Pope and Young

Pope & Young Club To protect the future of our bowhunting heritage and promote the conservation and welfare of habitat and wildlife. To learn more about the Pope & Young Club visit their website at

Stone Glacier & Boone and Crockett Club

Boone and Crockett Club Established in 1887 by Theodore Roosevelt and George Bird Grinnell, the Boone and Crockett Club was founded by hunters who dedicated their lives to the conservation of wildlife. As the turn of the 20th century approached our nation, these men had to make a choice: stand by and watch our cherished wildlife disappear or work for the protection and propagation of our wildlife resource. Thankfully, they rose to the challenge and chose the latter.

Today, the Boone and Crockett Club continues to build upon the legacy of wildlife conservation established by Roosevelt and Grinnell. While not an exhaustive list, the topics below are the key issues of the Boone and Crockett Club. To learn more about the Boone and Crockett Club visit their website at

Stone Glacier & Western Bear Foundation

Western Bear Foundation is dedicated to the protection & development of bears, bear habitat, & bear hunting in the states of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming. To learn more about the Western Bear Foundation visit their website at

Stone Glacier & TRCP

TRCP is here to unite and amplify our partners’ voices to advance America’s legacy of conservation, habitat, and access. To learn more about TRCP visit their website at

Non-Profit Donation and Discount Program + An important way conservation groups raise money is through fundraising campaigns. These campaigns often rely heavily on donated or discounted merchandise for resale in the form of raffles, games, sweepstakes, etc. Stone Glacier has developed a program to support all pro-hunting and fishing non-profits by offering them fully donated or deeply discounted product for use in their fundraisers. If you are a volunteer for a non-profit and are interested in more details of this program, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at