The Farm Bill is the single largest source of federal funding for conservation on private lands. Photo courtesy of MeatEater.
Did you know that the Farm Bill is the single-largest source of federal funding for conservation on private lands in our country?
Watch the latest episode of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes” as Steven Rinella, host of the hit TV show “MeatEater,” talks about how hunters and anglers worth their salt should stand up for the Farm Bill.
The Farm Bill provides an unparalleled opportunity for sportsmen to partner with farmers, ranchers and other private landowners to encourage conservation of fish and wildlife habitat.
Conservation community celebrates the enrollment of 3.9 million acres in federal program set to bolster fish and wildlife populations, and the economy. Read More
The TRCP condemned Congress’ decision to defund “Open Fields,” which encourages landowners to adopt land management practices that promote conservation and public access for activities such as hunting and angling. Read More
Following passage of the 2012 Farm Bill in the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee, prominent sportsmen's groups urge swift action by the full Congress to expedite passage of this key legislation. Read More
While conservation title of wide-ranging legislation maintains key programs, the TRCP and others push Congress to implement critical revisions Read More
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