Date: May 09
Time: 8:00am to 9:00am
Address: , Washington, DC View in Google Maps
CSF hosts several Breakfast Briefings each year on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, which covers topical federal policies advancing in Congress.
The Agricultural Act of 2014, or more commonly known as the Farm Bill, is set to expire in September 2018, which will also lead to the expiration of many important programs
for our nation’s fish and wildlife populations. This Breakfast Briefing will provide an opportunity to further understand the importance of the programs contained within the
conservation title in the Farm Bill that have far-reaching benefi ts to our nation’s hunters, anglers, and agriculture producers. The Farm Bill is a comprehensive piece of legislation that includes many programs to help support soil, water, and fish and wildlife conservation on America’s private lands, farms, ranches, and forests.
For more information, please contact Kelli Roessler at email@example.com or 202-543-6850 x32.
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- Granting full management authority (stock assessments, management of both commercial and recreational sectors, etc.) to the five Gulf states. (33.33%)
- Extending the states’ current 9-mile management jurisdictions to 25 miles. (19.05%)
- Permanently allow each state to manage its recreational sector allocation out to 200 nautical miles. (19.05%)
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- Inclusion of additional, non-federal data in stock assessments. (4.76%)