Cameron Ingram will be the September speaker for the Ashe County Wildlife Club
Cameron Ingram, the executive director of the North Carolina Wildlife Commission, will be the speaker at the September 18th meeting of the Ashe County Wildlife Club at 3220 Big Peak Creek Road in Laural Springs. The meeting at 7:00 p.m. is open to the public.
As executive director, Ingram oversees a statewide agency of six divisions, 650 permanent employees and an annual operating budget of approximately $89 million. Agency operations include maintaining more than 2 million acres of public lands for hunting, fishing and other outdoor recreation; operating six fish hatcheries for stocking public waters; maintaining eight shooting ranges; providing hundreds of free boating access areas and publicly-accessible places to fish on more than 100 different bodies of water; operating three education centers; and offering free hunter education and recreational boating safety courses.
Mr. Ingram should be able to address the public’s questions on all wildlife issues in North Carolina.