Loss of access to the places where we hunt and fish is one of the biggest threats to the future of conservation and our outdoor recreation opportunities. Americans’ access to the outdoors is unparalleled in all the world, but there are more competing demands on our natural resources than ever before. Sportsmen and sportswomen can’t afford to get edged out. In order to guarantee quality places to hunt and fish, it is critical that we safeguard our country’s public lands legacy and the programs that incentivize boosting habitat and opening access on private lands, and we face challenges on both fronts.