The Working Group on Wetlands is a gathering of representatives from the leading sportsmen and conservation organizations from around the country with the broadly defined goal of collaborating to promote wetlands protections on Capitol Hill and the general public.
Largely lost in the statewide discussion about fallowed crops, depleted reservoirs and brown lawns, is the impact of California’s drought on hunting. Read Full Story on the Sacramento Bee Website
The Clean Water Rule is a much-needed and long-overdue clarification to the Clean Water Act that will improve protections for streams and wetlands. Clarity will also give more certainty to farmers, ranchers and foresters—and the rule strengthens necessary Clean Water Act exemptions for this community. Read Full Story on the Montana Standard Website
Clean Water Act protections for wetlands and headwater streams remain at risk. Tell your congressmen and women, the Army Corps and EPA you support their efforts to clarify the Clean Water Act and urge them to finalize a rule that protects wetlands and headwater streams. Take Action
Jewell discussed the power of hunter and angler voices in Washington and her dedication to public lands access and sage-grouse restoration at annual barbecue on the Potomac Read More
Annual report highlights 2015 growth and success in service of guaranteeing all Americans quality places to hunt and fish Read More
The TRCP and partners are creating a vision for managing America’s saltwater recreational fisheries. Download the Report
Sportsmen are keenly aware of the value of clean rivers, lakes, streams and wetlands and the crucial habitat they provide for our favorite critters. It is imperative that we restore the protections for these waters that have been lost in recent years.
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