The British Association for Shooting & Conservation
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) is a strong voice at the heart of rural Yorkshire. BASC has more than 150k members and exists to support sustainable shooting and conservation.
BASC benefits the rural community by promoting scientific research and advocating and helping to implement best practice in firearms licensing, habitat preservation, wildlife conservation and game management.
The UK’s largest shooting organisation provides education streams and invests in outreach initiatives for young people through legacy funding. It also promotes the benefits of game as a sustainable food source.
BASC plays a fundamental role in representing shooting to government, ensuring that the voice of its community is heard and that the benefits it brings to the British countryside are understood and recognised.