A letter from BASC chairman Alan Jarrett promoting shooting’s conservation contribution has been printed in today’s Daily Telegraph


SIR – The conservation contribution of shooting is widely recognised by government, conservation bodies, statutory agencies and NGOs. Shoot providers spend £250 million a year on conservation and put in work which would take 16,000 full-time jobs to replicate.

Alan Jarrett
Chairman, British Association for Shooting and Conservation

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