Highlights of our history
Celebrating Over 100 Years Of Work
Organized in 1919 by a few individuals who liked to hunt and fish, the Kittitas County Field & Stream Club worked for effective habitat preservation and wildlife management. In the early years,
we held bird dog trials, sent delegates to the Game Commission, hosted wildlife meetings and were active in state and national wildlife groups. In 1946, the Club incorporated and elected to
concentrate efforts within Kittitas County. Today, the Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization promoting effective conservation and good sportsmanship, supporting education to prevent pollution, and working to improve and increase outdoor recreation opportunities, especially hunting and fishing. Find us on Facebook and Instagram and check out our calendar for what’s happening today.
Calendar of Events
Latest Past Events
Range days are at the Coleman Orchard in the Naneum Ridge State Forest (easy access).
Each class has four evenings of classroom instruction (Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri) & approximately 4 hrs on Saturday Range Day at the Coleman Orchard. Students must attend each class. On Range day your Field Skills Evaluation includes a trail walk; shoot a shotgun & .243 rifle; and recite the 10 commandments of Firearm Safety. It is all right to bring food & drinks to class.
Any questions call: Bill Essman (509) 968-4532
Become A Member
Join today to support education, conservation, and recreation programs!
We are an all-volunteer, 501c3 non-profit group promoting effective conservation, teaching hunting ethics and good sportsmanship, supporting education to prevent pollution, and improving and increasing outdoor recreation opportunities, specially hunting and fishing.
Honored Life Members
The Life Membership Award honors consistent and meritorious service to the aims and purposes of the club.
LEONARD W. PEASE
GEORGE C. PENCE
DR. R.R. PINCKARD
LEE SCOTT SR.
DON A. CHILDRESS
ROBERT A. MCBRIDE
WILLIAM E. WILSON
Please join us and learn about what we do and enjoy an informative program. Everyone is welcome to attend!
• Second Monday of Each Month
• 7:00 pm
• Hal Holmes Community Center
• 201 Ruby St, Ellensburg, WA
We are an all-volunteer club! No matter your skills, age, or interest, there are lots of ways to improve our neck of the woods for all outdoor enthusiasts. Check out our various opportunities.
Donate or Sponsor
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities by getting in touch with our team today.
Being safe and responsible is the best way to show respect to our wildlife and the land that supports it. We offer hunter education courses that go over firearms and outdoor safety, wildlife management, and hunter responsibility.
Club members work year-round to preserve and improve recreational opportunities throughout Kittitas County. We believe that recreation and conservation are inextricably linked. After all, without land and wildlife, their is no outdoor recreation!
Go Play Outside! KCFSC is for everyone interested in the outdoors: hunters, fishers, hikers, rafters, horse riders, RVers, snowshoers, bird watchers, or relaxers.. whatever floats your boat. We are all about improving the Kittitas County outdoor lifestyle in all seasons.