‘Partnership’ is in our name. We work with 52 diverse partner groups that represent today’s leading hunting, fishing, and conservation organizations in order to strengthen the sportsman’s voice in Washington, D.C. We help identify areas of consensus, coordinate work towards shared priorities, establish plans for action, and present a united front to lawmakers who can have a major impact on hunting and fishing. In addition to our board, policy council, corporate council, and staff, the TRCP is made up of more than 75,000 individual advocates and 1,400 affiliated local- and state-level clubs and organizations. Partnership does not necessarily imply that these groups participate in all of the TRCP’s work, but the organizations listed below are committed to collaboration in service of advancing conservation policy.

You can become an individual advocate for free or through a paid membership. Both are open to anyone who believes in furthering our mission to guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish.

Our Partners

Policy Council

  • Bob Hayes, Coastal Conservation Association (Chairman)
  • Kip Adams, Quality Deer Management Association
  • Lesli Allison, Western Landowners Alliance
  • Maite Arce, Hispanic Access Foundation
  • Dr. Douglas Austen, American Fisheries Society
  • Joe Bell, Pope & Young Club
  • Steve Belinda, North American Grouse Partnership
  • Andrew Bowman, Land Trust Alliance
  • Ben Bulis, American Fly Fishing Trade Association
  • Ben Carter, Dallas Safari Club
  • James Cummins, Boone and Crockett Club
  • Kathy DeCoster, The Trust for Public Land
  • John Devney, Delta Waterfowl
  • Mike D’Oliveira, Union Sportsmen’s Alliance
  • Eric Eikenberg, The Everglades Foundation
  • Margaret Everson, Ducks Unlimited
  • Brett Fitzgerald, Snook & Gamefish Foundation
  • Dan Forster, Archery Trade Association
  • Pete Gerl, Whitetails Unlimited
  • Gene Gilliland, B.A.S.S. Conservation
  • Phillip Greenlee, International Federation of Fly Fishers
  • Scott Gudes, American Sportfishing Association
  • Becky Humphries, National Wild Turkey Federation
  • Greg Jacoski, Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation
  • Scott Kovarovics, Izaak Walton League of America
  • Mike Leahy, National Wildlife Federation
  • Jaime Matyas, Student Conservation Association
  • Jim McDuffie, Bonefish & Tarpon Trust
  • Christy McGregor, The Nature Conservancy
  • John McKay, International Hunter Education Association
  • Don McKenzie, National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative
  • Jen Mock Schaeffer, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
  • Miles Moretti, Mule Deer Foundation
  • Steve Moyer, Trout Unlimited
  • Dave Nomsen, Pheasants Forever
  • Keith Norris, The Wildlife Society
  • Chuck Parker, New York State Conservation Council
  • Ellen Peel, Bilfish Foundation
  • Nick Pinizzotto, National Deer Alliance
  • Kelly Reed, The Conservation Fund
  • Jason Schratwieser, International Game Fish Association
  • Eric Schwaab, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation
  • Ed Shepard, Public Lands Foundation
  • Desiree Sorenson-Groves, National Wildlife Refuge Association
  • Land Tawney, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers
  • Gray Thornton, Wild Sheep Foundation
  • Tom Trotter, AFL-CIO
  • Jessica Wahl, Outdoor Industry Association
  • Dr. Steve Williams, Wildlife Management Institute

Corporate Council

  • K.C. Walsh, Simms Fishing Products (Chairman)
  • Scott Blackwell, Tail-Spotter Consulting, LLC
  • Mark Benson, Potlatch Corporation
  • Travis Campbell, Smart Wool
  • Ed Cantu, Lopez Negrete
  • Kenton Carruth, First Lite
  • Stan Connally, Jr., Gulf Power
  • John Doerr, Pure Fishing, Inc.
  • Dan Domeracki, Schlumberger Limited
  • Megan Morris, Bass Pro Shops
  • Jeff Paro, Outdoor Sportsman Group
  • Dave Perkins, The Orvis Company
  • Bruce Pettet, Leupold
  • Holly Rush, Costa Sunglasses, Inc.
  • Ben Speciale, Yamaha Motor Corporation
  • Jerry Stritzke, Recreational Equipment Inc.
  • Brian Yablonski, Gulf Power / Southern Company