Read the TRCP’s 2013 playbook of priority issues for the sportsmen’s community. Photo by Dusan Smetana..
The TRCP’s 2013 Conservation Policy Agenda outlines practical, solution-focused approaches to natural resource management challenges. In an era characterized by partisan gridlock, the need for balanced strategies that speak to both sides of the political divide is more crucial now than ever before.
The TRCP’s 2013 playbook of priority issues for the sportsmen’s community includes a new focal area for the group – water scarcity and the need for policy that safeguards and responsibly manages the nation’s water supply – and spotlights new and ongoing federal funding challenges and policy issues key to the nation’s public and privately owned lands.
Developed collaboratively with the TRCP’s individual and organizational partners, which include national hunting, fishing and conservation organizations, labor unions and grassroots sportsmen, the report outlines the sportsmen’s consensus priorities over the coming year.
Issues highlighted in the TRCP 2013 Conservation Policy Agenda include the following:
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