History of the Redding Regional Chapter of SCI!

The Redding Regional Chapter of SCI was incorporated on April 29, 1994, as a 501(C)3 Non-Profit organization.   The Chapter was determined to be a 501(C)4 Non-Profit corporation as a subordinate under Safari Club International, Tucson, Arizona, by the Internal Revenue Service on August 20, 2004.  The Chapter's purpose is to protect and share our hunting heritage, help educate the public about the benefits of conservation and to have fun!  The Chapter is truly a regional one since it serves members from Willows in Tehama County to the Oregon border and from the Pacific Ocean to Nevada.   However, many members come from outside the region to enjoy the comraderie that ethical hunter's share and to keep informed about hunting legislation.    Furthermore, Chapter members honor veterans and seek every opportunity to teach youth the shooting sports and pass along our hunting heritage.

The Mission of the Redding Regional Chapter and SCI is:

  • To protect the rights of Sportsmen for future generations.
  • To strengthen the voice of Sportsmen locally, nationally and internationally.
  • To increase the awareness and importance of hunting as a conservation tool.
  • To be informed and updated about issues relating to our Great Outdoors.
  • To share hunting experiences and information with other Sportsmen.

Most importantly, the Redding Regional Chapter would like to strengthen the bond between responsible hunters in order to accomplish our mission and keep the sport of hunting alive.

Contact Scott Borg, Chapter President, at (530) 221-4650, or send your questions to: Redding Regional Chapter, P.O. Box 493611, Redding, Ca. 96049 for any questions questions you may have regarding the Chapter, Officers or the Board of Directors.


President-Scott Borg
Vice-President-Ed Rude
Secretary-Ed Dutra
Treasurer-Scott Borg


Scott Borg, Dennis Maxwell, Larry McCloud, Sheila McCloud, Ed Dutra, Rob Stone, Jim Tornillo, and Ed Rude.


Join SCI through the Redding Regional Chapter and share the comraderie with like minded Sportsmen.   Join to protect your hunting rights-SCI's Motto is "First For Hunters!"

Membership in the Redding Regional Chapter is free when you join SCI through the Chapter.  By joining a local Chapter, you strengthen the voice of hunters locally, as well as, nationally!  You also get the Chapter's quarterly newsletter which includes hunter advocacy,news about upcoming events, photos of successful hunters and information about the Annual Fundraising Banquet.   Download the Application for Membership  to join.


Chapter members are ethical hunters and adhere to the SCI Code of Ethics by following the pledge:

  • To conduct myself in the field so as to make a positive contribution to wildlife and ecosystems.
  • To improve my skills as a woodsman and marksman to ensure humane harvesting of wildlife.
  • To comply with game laws, the Spirit of Fair Chase, and influence my companions accordingly.
  • To accept my responsibility to provide all possible assistance to game law enforcement officers.
  • To waste no opportunity to teach young people the full meaning of this Code of Ethics.
  • To reflect in word and behavior only credit upon the fraternity of sportsmen, and to demonstrate abiding respect for game, habitat and property where I am priviledged to Hunt.

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