Date: Jul 10
Time: 8:00am to 9:00am
Address: , Washington, DC 20003 View in Google Maps
CSF hosts a Breakfast Briefing on Capitol Hill to discuss important federal policies for the sportsmen's community.
Topic: Recovering America's Wildlife
Recovering America’s Wildlife would direct much needed financial resources to proactively conserve at-risk species identified by state fish and wildlife agencies in their congressionally mandated State Wildlife Action Plans. Collectively, these Action Plans have identified more than 12,000 species that are in the greatest need of conservation actions today. This initiative comes in response to the recommendations of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Sustaining America’s Diverse Fish and Wildlife Resources, which directed the launch of the Alliance for America’s Fish & Wildlife – a coalition of conservation, manufacturing, retail, energy, and other organizations that support this bill.
For more information, contact PJ Carleton at email@example.com.
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