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2022 Annual Report

Two decades "In The Arena." Reflecting on TRCP's 20th year of securing durable conservation solutions for hunters and Anglers. This report highlights our work on behalf of healthy habitat, clean water, access, and the outdoor recreation economy in 2022. We saw some of our major long-term efforts come to fruition in full and permanent funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund and investments in landscape-scale conservation, shovel-ready habitat improvements, and projects to address the growing deferred maintenance backlog on our public lands. This report goes into more detail about these and other accomplishments.

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Improving the Prevention, Eradication, Control, and Mitigation of Aquatic Invasive Species

A report and recommendations prepared by the Aquatic Invasive Species Commission, which includes the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, American Sportfishing Association, Bass Pro Shops, BoatUS, National Marine Manufacturers Association, Yamaha, and YETI.

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2021 Annual Report

This report highlights our work on behalf of healthy habitat, clean water, access, and the outdoor recreation economy in 2021. Though the country was still grappling with unprecedented challenges, lawmakers found that fish, wildlife, and the outdoors could provide a lot of common ground for smart policymaking. We saw some of our major long-term efforts come to fruition in passage of the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, 2.1 million acres of National Wildlife Refuge Lands were opened to hunting and fishing, and we saw new federal commitments to help curb the spread of chronic wasting disease and invest in migration corridor conservation. Read the report for more detail about these and other accomplishments.

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2020 Annual Report

This report highlights our work on behalf of healthy habitat, clean water, access, and the outdoor recreation economy in 2020. Though the country was grappling with unprecedented challenges, lawmakers found that fish, wildlife, and the outdoors could provide a lot of common ground for smart policymaking. We saw some of our major long-term efforts come to fruition in full and permanent funding of the Land and Water Conservation Fund and investments in landscape-scale conservation, shovel-ready habitat improvements, and projects to address the growing deferred maintenance backlog on our public lands. This report goes into more detail about these and other accomplishments.

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Accessible Private Lands: A Report on the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program

While public lands and waters provide great access, 70 percent of the nation’s lands, exclusive of Alaska, are in private hands, including some of the best fish and wildlife habitat in the nation. That is why we cannot afford to overlook the recreational opportunities and conservation value offered by private lands and made possible through the Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program.

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The Upper Midwest’s Landlocked Public Lands

Untapped hunting and fishing opportunities in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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Inaccessible State Lands in the West

In a follow-up to our 2018 Unlocking Public Lands Report, the TRCP and onX have identified an additional 6.35 million landlocked acres of state-owned public lands across the West. This new report also highlights the various ways states are addressing this access issue, so that effective solutions can be more widely adopted across the region.

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2018 Annual Report

This report highlights our work on behalf of healthy habitat, clean water, sportsmen’s access, and the outdoor recreation economy in 2018. As partisanship raged on, political pressures did not sway us from criticizing bad conservation policies or giving the administration credit where it was due. We also saw some of our major efforts to convene and lead the hunting and fishing community over the past five years come to fruition in a new Farm Bill, passage of the Modern Fish Act, and permanent reauthorization for the Land and Water Conservation Fund. But we’re not resting on our laurels. Legislative wins mean nothing if programs are underfunded or if conservation agencies fail to implement policies in time to have an impact.

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Unlocking the West’s Federal Public Lands

Americans are locked out of 9.52 million acres of federal public lands that are entirely landlocked and can be accessed only with the permission of neighboring private landowners. Surprisingly, though, little has been done to understand the scope of the problem, its effect on our hunting and fishing opportunities, or what it will take to systematically unlock these lands—until now.

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2017 Annual Report

This Annual Report is a comprehensive update on progress towards our goals in 2017 and our vision for continuing to pursue legacy-setting conservation policy solutions. Learn more about our most recent efforts to create a crescendo of support for conservation of the places where silence unlocks the possibilities in the natural world around us.

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