Oregon Hunters Association
Amy Patrick is the Policy Director for the Oregon Hunters Association. A sixth-generation Oregonian, Amy has a background in farming and forestry which begins a balanced perspective to her work advocating for hunter rights and land access. She is the chair of the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s Access & Habitat Program which serves to bring landowners and hunters together for hunting access and wildlife conservation. Amy currently serves as the chair of the newly-formed Oregon Sportsmen’s Conservation Partnership, a coalition of 26 state and national sportsmen’s organizations, and the president of the Oregon Sportsmen’s Caucus Foundation, the fundraising arm of the legislative caucus.
Amy recently began her hunting career as part of the Wild Sheep Foundation’s Women Hunt program and looks forward to more opportunities afield.