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.
Sen. Kay Hagan introduced a bill that could expand access to federal public lands and increase federal funding support for wildlife habitat protection. TRCP's Steve Kline, Director of Government Relations, weighs in on the legislation. Read Full Story on the News & Observer Website
The federal government is taking steps now that will decide which bodies of water will be protected by standards set by the Clean Water Act. Sportsmen must speak up today. Read Full Story on the TRCP Website
The TRCP has formed a new partnership with the Cooperative Alliance for Refuge Enhancement, or CARE, which advocates for operations and maintenance funding for the National Wildlife Refuge System, citing its importance to fish and wildlife, sportsmen, and America’s economy. Read More
Prominent sportsmen’s groups urge improvements to federal report that will guide future decisions determining Clean Water Act jurisdiction, habitat conservation. Read More
The TRCP's extensive report detailing projects and initiatives recommended by the recreational fishing community to help sportfishing recover from the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill and improve and sustain recreational angling well into the future. Download the Report
How the government shutdown impacts hunters and anglers. 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.
Senior Director of Policy Initiatives and Communications