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.
To help combat the access issue on private lands, the 2008 Farm Bill included a new provision that encourages private landowners to voluntarily open their land to the public for wildlife-dependent recreation, including hunting, fishing, and other outdoor activities. Read Full Story on the TRCP Website
The verdict looks good for the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative—a $40 million Farm Bill conservation effort under the Natural Resources Conservation Service to reduce the impact of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on migratory birds. 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
USDA announces 2015 signup and funding levels for Voluntary Public Access program Read More
Sportsmen, private landowners to benefit via Regional Conservation Partnership Program, which funds locally led solutions to problems facing fish, wildlife, water Read More
The Farm Bill greatly benefits fish, wildlife and related recreation on America’s private farms, ranches and forests. The TRCP is working hard to maintain the law’s conservation emphasis while reducing agricultural pollution to our streams, wetlands and estuaries.
Senior Director of Science and Policy