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Nov. 13th, 2012

It’s No Secret…

In the latest episode of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes,” Steven Rinella talks about balancing energy development with fish and wildlife habitat .

It’s no secret that our state and federal public lands hold some of the most productive fish and wildlife habitat in the country and provide unparalleled fishing and hunting opportunities for all Americans.

What you may not know is these lands are vital to meeting our country’s energy needs as they provide renewable energy resources as well as traditional fossil fuel resources. While some folks view energy development as being at odds with conservation, that doesn’t need to be the case.

Learn about balancing energy development with fish and wildlife habitat in the latest episode of “TRCP’s Conservation Field Notes.”

In this episode, join Steven Rinella of the hit TV show “MeatEater” as he discusses the economic benefits and costs of energy development on public lands. You may be surprised at what you find out.

Don’t have time to watch the episode? Head over to SFRED.org and sign the Sportsmen’s Bill of Rights and help to ensure that our hunting and fishing heritage is conserved for future generations.

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