Trump’s Pick for Interior is the Best Cabinet Nominee for Sportsmen, So Far
Congressman Ryan Zinke has been solid on public lands and outdoor recreation.
TRCP Adds Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation as 50th Partner
Coalition's growth in past year gives hunters and anglers a stronger voice in Washington.
From the AT to the Tetons, How a Career in Conservation Led to the TRCP
TRCP’s Idaho ambassador discusses his first bull elk, his love of the Snake River, and how his family cabin in Massachusetts started it all.
Our First TRCP Ambassador Puts Boots on the Ground for Conservation in Montana
Ambassador Alec Underwood’s commitment to the hunt—and to conservation—runs deep Launching this fall, TRCP’s ambassador program calls on sportsmen-conservationists to help advance our goals by offering local volunteer support....
Ankle-Deep and as Carefree as We Can Be on Montana’s Smith River
What does the future hold for this beloved waterway, built on a history of local collaboration and respect? The crew is spread from here to hell and gone. Everybody...
House Passes SHARE Act to Enhance Access for Hunting, Fishing, and Shooting
Vote marks next step in effort to pass broader package that benefits fish, wildlife, and America’s sportsmen Today the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational...
Glassing The Hill: October 13-16
The TRCP’s scouting report on sportsmen’s issues in Congress. The Senate and House are not in session this week. The week off marks an uncomfortable interlude. Last week ended...
USDA’s Big (Ahem, $20M) Investment in Wildlife Habitat and Public Access
Today, the U.S. Department of Agriculture started the week on a high note by announcing its $20-million dollar investment in giving you better access to hunting and fishing. Agriculture...
Married to the river: commitment and the gateway to conservation
There are things that happen on the water that you have a very slim chance of seeing if you’re not out there regularly. I’d heard stories of behemoths chomping...
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WHAT WILL FEWER HUNTERS MEAN FOR CONSERVATION?
The precipitous drop in hunter participation should be a call to action for all sportsmen and women, because it will have a significant ripple effect on key conservation funding models.Learn More