43 Organizations Urge Senate Passage of Historic Public Lands Legislation
The TRCP and 42 other organizations are urging Senate leadership to immediately vote on a bipartisan agreement to permanently reauthorize the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
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.
A Big Game Expert Becomes a Conservation Champion in Colorado
Meet the TRCP volunteer keeping a watchful eye on energy development and habitat management in elk country.
More Funding for Wildlife Refuges is Needed, But Midwesterners Won’t Wait
The communities around these five National Wildlife Refuges won’t let their public lands fall into disrepair—they’re stepping up to make conservation happen.
Public Lands Are Where We Can All Heal, Hope, and Harvest
At a critical time for America’s public lands, hunters and anglers—the country’s original conservationists—are asking everyone who enjoys outdoor recreation: Will you go outside with us?
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.
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.
Moving Forward from the Malheur Standoff Decision
Three ways you can turn shock and anger into proactive solutions for our public lands.
Celebrate National Public Lands Day by Showing the Land Some Love
This Saturday, September 24, is a day for celebrating our heritage – and you can join in by giving back I love being outside, and I’m guessing that if...
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....
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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