OFAH Zone Contacts


    Jeremy Funk 807-737-9177

    Debbie Rivard 807-935-3148

OFAH Zone C  [ Website ]
    Robert Allen 705-258-2356

    Roy Polsky 705-897-6556

OFAH Zone E [ Website ]
   Gordon Trylinski 613-732-9313

OFAH Zone F [ Website ]
   Ed Giffin 613-353-7776
   E-Mail: Len Dickinson

OFAH Zone G [ Website ] 
    Rob Hare 905-989-7672

OFAH Zone H [ Website ]
    Wayne Forgrave 705-725-8611

OFAH Zone J Website ]
     Brian Moore - E-mail

What is a zone meeting and how does it work?

If you've been thinking about getting more involved in the OFAH, you may be wondering, "what is an OFAH Zone membership meeting anyway?"A zone meeting is, perhaps, best described as "an information clearinghouse" on all matters related to fishing, hunting and conservation.

  • It's a chance for OFAH members, to find out what is going on both locally and provincially.
  • It's an opportunity to promote an idea, or express a concern.
  • It's a chance to learn from presentations by professional fish and wildlife managers.
  • It's an opportunity to learn from OFAH head office staff, your OFAH Board of Directors and other guest speakers.
  • Come and Share ideas, resources and workloads with like-minded conservation clubs in your area.
  • This is the place to nominate, vote and even run for election in the zone's annual election process.

Getting involved does make a difference!

"OFAH Zone meetings keep the OFAH going strong because they are a source of grassroot ideas and membership initiatives."

News faces and fresh ideas are always welcome on zone executives, local committees and citizens' groups, as well as at the table of the OFAH Board of Directors. Mentorship is strongly encouraged and urgently needed at the local and provincial levels. While each zone may offer a slightly different format, most meetings are conducted quarterly and either on a Saturday or Sunday morning. To help break up the travel, these meetings move across the zone and are generally hosted by various OFAH member clubs. Moving these meetings across the zone gives more OFAH members a chance to affordably participate whenever a zone meeting is hosted near their community.

Note: If you are not quite sure what zone you are in, see the OFAH. Zone map above which is always printed in the Angler & Hunter Hotline. Your zone is also indicated on your OFAH membership card.