The Agriculture and Wildlife Working Group, a coalition of the nation’s leading conservation and sportsmen organizations, focuses its attention to the critical process of implementation of the new programs through the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
If you asked someone to name their favorite time of year, you might hear Christmas, Thanksgiving or the Fourth of July. Don’t be surprised, though, if you posed the same question to a South Dakotan and they tell you it’s the third weekend in October – the traditional opening of pheasant season. Read Full Story on the Rapid City Journal Website
While most hunters claim that wild bobwhites are a thing of the past, one Missouri family remains determined to prove them wrong. Read Full Story on the Field & Stream Website
Sportsmen and -women understand that the LWCF is essential to the future of hunting and fishing in the U.S. Speak up in support of the LWCF. Take Action
The plan sets a precedent for improving resiliency to drought and disaster without sacrificing fish and wildlife resources Read More
Make-or-break process of setting funding levels will determine if sportsmen and women benefit Read More