Kit Fischer

Kit Fischer

Sportsmen's Outreach Coordinator
Northern Rockies and Prairies Regional Center

Kit received his B.A. in English/Journalism from Colorado College in 2005.

Growing up in MT, Kit has worked on various wildlife studies ranging from grizzly bear DNA sampling to bull trout population studies to black-backed woodpecker monitoring. After finishing school, Kit co-authored the definitive Montana river guide book "Paddling Montana." He also worked for the National Wildlife Refuge Association in Washington D.C. and advocated on issues such as invasive species and organized refuge "Friends" groups.

After completing school, Kit took a two year stint in the Peace Corps working in a remote village in Zambia developing rural aquaculture and sustainable agriculture. Following his return, he further pursued his piscatorial interests by guiding and managing fishing lodges in Mongolia and the Bahamas. In Mongolia, he worked with the World Wildlife Fund, educating local and international fishermen to ultimately create the country’s first sanctuary.

Currently, Kit works on advocating and gathering public support for a new Comprehensive Conservation Plan on the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge in North central Montana

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