In 2003, the TRCP convened a small group of outdoor journalists in central Montana for three days of hunting and fishing and to discuss critical conservation issues affecting fish, wildlife and their habitats. Since then, the TRCP media summits have become a forum for the hunting and fishing community’s most powerful voices, drawing attendees from across the country.
Every year, editors, writers and broadcasters from the country’s leading outdoor and general interest publications, newspapers and websites come together to discuss the most pressing conservation issues of the day, from energy development to climate change to funding for fish and wildlife. Presentations from policy experts and leaders in the sportsmen’s community make for compelling content, and recreational outings – including hunting, fishing and clays shoots – offer unequaled opportunities for informal networking.
The TRCP media summits attract some of the most influential voices in the hunting and angling community. Strong friendships and enduring professional relationships are forged at these gatherings, and articles published in their wake have been featured in a range of publications, including Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Outside, Sporting Classics, Gray’s Sporting Journal, Sport Fishing, Saltwater Sportsman, NRA’s American Hunter, The New York Times and many others.
This TRCP-produced database, “The Sportsmen’s Water Budget,” includes federal programs impacting water resources conservation. Learn More