The Society’s purposes are charitable, educational, scientific and cultural, as well as the following:
» To assist in the facilitation and coordination of inter-tribal communication in regard to fish and wildlife matters, including issues with treaty rights, as well as court cases related to fish, wildlife, and hunting regulations.
» To protect, preserve and conserve the wise use and management of tribal fish, wildlife, and recreation resources.
» To educate Native Americans involved in fish and wildlife management, policy decision makers, community members and others similarly dedicated to tribal natural resource management, of the best management practices.
» To provide administrative support, expertise and advice to tribal governments, relating to tribal fish, wildlife and recreation resources.
» To improve the general welfare of tribal people through educational, charitable, as well as fish and wildlife enhancement activities.
» To provide professional publications and promotional activities for disseminating information about Native American fish and wildlife resources to members, organizations, public officials, and the general public.