About the Friends of Anahuac Refuge
Our mission is to support, preserve, promote, and enhance Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
and its use for recreational, educational, and scientific research purposes.
The Friends of Anahuac Refuge (FOAR) is a volunteer run, 501(c)(3) non-profit, advocacy organization supporting Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge. The Friends have contributed tens of thousands of volunteers hours to the refuge and have completed numerous projects over the years. Since being established in 1997, the Friends has served as a link between the refuge and community. Our members range from local residents who regularly visit the refuge to travelers from all over the world who come to see the refuge. Our News and Events pages provide the latest information about recent happenings and future events on the refuge.
FOAR 2016 Board of Directors
President- Rose Bolt
Vice President- David Hanson
Treasurer- James Bolt
Secretary- David Sarkozi
At Large Members:
Linda Ann Jackson Gene Campbell