November 10, 2016
Welcome to the Next Four Years of Conservation in America
After an election night upset, the Trump camp takes up the immediate task of assembling a new administration. Our work for fish and wildlife, as always, continues.
May 20, 2015
It’s a lot more than “The Big Empty”
The sagebrush steppe of the western U.S. stretches for hundreds of thousands of miles across 11 states. This massive ecosystem often goes overlooked and is frequently dismissed as “The...
May 11, 2015
Glassing the Hill: May 11 – 15
The TRCP’s scouting report on sportsmen’s issues in Congress The Senate is in session from Monday through Friday. The House is in session from Tuesday through Friday. These Senators...
September 30, 2014
I love the game of chasing chukar and watching bird dogs work the sagebrush of arid ranges in my home state of Oregon. Earlier this month, I decided to...
August 27, 2013
BLM Gets Earful on Fracking Proposal
The government is hearing comments ranging all the way from don’t allow hydraulic fracturing at all on federal lands, to don’t pass new rules regulating it on such lands,...
August 7, 2013
The Straight Dope on Striped Bass
Forget about slot limits and gamefish… address fishing mortality! Having served on the ASMFC Striped Bass Advisory Panel for 6 years (not to mention having pretty much built...
August 6, 2013
Knock Them Down
A couple of weeks ago I had to go to Washington, DC to testify in a Senate Hearing on the reauthorization of the Magnuson-Stevens Act, which is the federal...
August 5, 2013
Obstacles Facing Florida’s Anglers
Saltwater fishing in Florida is surprisingly good in spite of all of the obstacles anglers face. Bureaucrats at all levels of government do their best to make things tough...
July 29, 2013
Balancing Energy Development With Fish and Wildlife Habitat
State and federal public lands hold some of the most productive fish and wildlife habitat in the country and are vital to meeting our country’s energy needs. Sportsmen for...
May 12, 2013
Ten Tips for Renewable Energy Development on Public Land
Chances are that most sportsmen do not spend much time thinking about energy development. But whether you know it or not, hunters and anglers have much at stake when...
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CONSERVATION WORKS FOR AMERICA
In the last two years, policymakers have committed to significant investments in conservation, infrastructure, and reversing climate change. Hunters and anglers continue to be vocal about the opportunity to create conservation jobs, restore habitat, and boost fish and wildlife populations. Support solutions now.Learn More