About OCF

Board of Directors

  • President: Tom Butch (Columbiana County Federation of Conservation Clubs)
  • Vice President: Jerry Weingart (Buckeye Big Buck Club)
  • Treasurer: Stefan Marsh
  • Secretary: Kyle Rorah (Ducks Unlimited)
  • Executive Director: Matt Misicka
  • Director: Larry Moore (Buckeye Firearms Association)
  • Director: Tony Ruffing (Backcountry Hunters and Anglers)
  • Director: TBD (National Wild Turkey Federation)
  • Director: Marc Smith (National Wildlife Federation)
  • Director: Liz Nidy (Ohio Sportsmen & Sporting Dog Association)
  • Director: Keith Daniels (Ohio State Trappers Association)
  • Director: Jim Inglis (Pheasants Forever/Quail Forever)
  • Director: Brent Rudolf (Ruffed Grouse Society/American Woodcock Society)
  • Director (At-Large): Mike Budzik
  • Director (At-Large): Dan McMullen
  • Director (At-Large): Gary Oates

Mission

To serve as the leading voice for sportsmen conservationists promoting the wise use and stewardship of Ohio’s wildlife and natural resources.

Vision

Become the leading unified voice for Ohio sportsmen and conservationists to promote the wise use and stewardship of Ohio’s natural resources.

Purpose

To advocate for wildlife and habitat in Ohio and Lake Erie and promote water and land stewardship.

Values

  • Create a unified and effective voice for Ohio’s sportsmen and conservationists.
  • Long-term science-based conservation of the state’s natural resources
  • Protection of stakeholder’s common outdoor heritage

Mission

To serve as the leading voice for sportsmen conservationists promoting the wise use and stewardship of Ohio’s wildlife and natural resources.

Vision

Become the leading unified voice for Ohio sportsmen and conservationists to promote the wise use and stewardship of Ohio’s natural resources.

Purpose

To advocate for wildlife and habitat in Ohio and Lake Erie and promote water and land stewardship.

Values

  • Create a unified and effective voice for Ohio’s sportsmen and conservationists.
  • Long-term science-based conservation of the state’s natural resources
  • Protection of stakeholder’s common outdoor heritage