Date: Nov 12 - Nov 15
Time: All Day Event
Address: , Greensboro, GA View in Google Maps
In its 16th year, the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) Annual Summit remains the most important event of the year for pro-sportsmen legislators from across the country. At this event, legislators gather for discussion and interaction with other policy makers, sportsmen’s NGO representatives, and outdoor industry partners. Attendees collaborate to devise year-long strategies to advance the interests of sportsmen and women in state legislatures. This year, the Georgia Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus has the honor of hosting the Summit, which is themed, “Partners Advancing America’s Conservation Movement: NASC, States, Industry and NGOs.”
This year CSF is seeking session ideas and participation from partners with an interest in the 16th Annual National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses Sportsman-Legislator Summit to help develop the conference agenda.
In particular, proposals for sessions during the two full days of educational programming are invited. Ideas for prospective keynote sessions and presentations during group meals at the conference are also welcome. Session topics should address timely policy and programmatic issues and opportunities related to hunting, angling, recreational shooting, trapping, or other conservation issues.
CSF gives priority to recommendations or proposals that are consistent with the Summit theme and are relevant to state legislative sportsmen's caucus members. The deadline for submissions is June 21, 2019. Simply visit JotForm to fill out the submission form.
For more information, contact PJ Carleton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Link existing programming into family-oriented organizations (such as churches and home-school groups) where participants will have the social support to continue. (11.62%)