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.
Field & Stream asked experts what the future has in store for hunting, fishing and conservation. Their predictions include hunting hipsters, scouting drones and the rise of the snakehead. Photo credit usgs.gov. Read Full Story on the Field & Stream Website
A new study finds that Wyoming’s Red Desert mule deer trek 300 miles each year. En route, they leap over and wriggle under 100 fences, dash across five highways and scale 11,000-foot mountains. Read Full Story on the Al Jazeera America Website
103 sportsmen’s groups call for fully funded Land and Water Conservation Fund 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