Date: Apr 10
Time: 8:00am to 9:00am
Address: , Washington, DC 20003 View in Google Maps
CSF hosts Breakfast Briefings on Capitol Hill to discuss important federal policies for the sportsmen's community.
Topic for April 10 Briefing: Wildlife Migration Corridors
Since the issuance of Secretarial Order 3362, the sporting conservation community, federal agencies and state fish and wildlife agencies have partnered to make significant progress on big-game migration corridors and winter range conservation. However, the support of Congress is critical to furthering state conservation objectives and providing the public with quality hunting opportunity. Panelists will provide various perspectives on the status of the Western Big-Game and Winter Range and Migration Corridors Initiative while speaking to successes, challenges and future opportunities to support wildlife conservation in a cooperative fashion.
For more information, contact PJ Carleton at email@example.com.
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