August 18, 2016
Now Is the Time to Tell Lawmakers that CRP Works for Wildlife, Sportsmen, and Landowners
With our launch of CRPworks.org, we’re asking sportsmen to help us call for a better Conservation Reserve Program well ahead of the next Farm Bill At an outdoor show...
March 10, 2016
254 Groups Agree: Don’t Re-Open the Farm Bill
Congress needs to stay committed to funding levels set in 2014, and more sportsmen’s groups than ever before are joining the outcry. Yesterday, a broad coalition of 254 organizations—representing...
December 3, 2015
Celebrating the Greatest Private Lands Conservation Initiative in Modern History
The USDA’s Conservation Reserve Program has benefitted landowners and habitat for 30 years As D.C. kicks off the holiday season with the lighting of the national Christmas tree this...
September 10, 2015
A New Incentive to Keep Hooves on the Ground and Grassland Habitat Intact
Grassland bird populations in America—including northern bobwhite quail, ring-necked pheasants, lesser prairie chickens, upland nesting waterfowl, wild turkeys, and others—are facing a conservation crisis. There simply isn’t enough habitat....
June 8, 2015
Glassing The Hill: June 8 – 12
The TRCP’s scouting report on sportsmen’s issues in Congress The Senate and House will be in session from Monday through Friday. The forecast calls for 100 degrees in Washington...
May 29, 2015
Good Call: New Conservation Reserve Program Acres Will Enhance Duck Habitat in a Big Way
Today, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that an additional 800,000 acres will be eligible for enrollment in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), a Farm Bill initiative that has allowed...
December 17, 2014
Private Lands Primer: A SAFE place for wildlife
Just before Thanksgiving, the U.S. Department of Agriculture quietly announced an additional 86,000 SAFE acres across seven states: Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. These acres...
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