A Toast to the Patron Saint of Conservation on His Birthday
If you’ve looked at the state of our country lately and thought, ‘What would Theodore Roosevelt do?’ this might be your answer.
This American Holiday is All About Your Right to Enjoy the Outdoors
National Hunting and Fishing Day is like Christmas, Independence Day, and Thanksgiving for sportsmen and women—so go enjoy the many gifts of the outdoors, cherish our American traditions, and...
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.
Winner Alert! Celebrating the Foliage, Fish, and Fall Hunts That Make Us #PublicLandsProud
There were some really impressive submissions, and it was the tough job to ultimately select a winner. But after much deliberation, we have the winning shots.
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.
It’s Time for Eastern Hunters and Anglers to Join the Fight Against the Western Land Grab
Sportsmen across the West have been rallying hard against state takeover of America’s public lands—east coasters can’t just kick back and let them do the work of protecting our...
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...
We All Benefit From Public Access, But Are You Willing to Step Up to Defend It?
The loss of a popular public access point hits home for our Oregon field rep, but luckily this story doesn’t end with a locked gate At the TRCP, we’re...
Visit the Online Hub for Western Pushback Against Land Transfer
It’s a one-stop shop for statements of opposition from local leaders in nine Western states and the seminal petition against public land transfer, with more than 28,000 signatures Sportsmensaccess.org,...
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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