At the federal level, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation works with the members of the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus, the administration, federal agencies and other federal policy makers to protect and advance the interests of sportsmen and women through policies that address sportsmen’s conservation issues such as hunting, angling, recreational shooting and trapping.
Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Members introduced two packages in this Congress: the Natural Resources Management Act (S. 47), which has… Read More
Pittman-Robertson funds, which come from excise taxes paid by hunters and recreational shooters, have not always been administered for the… Read More
The 2018 Farm Bill became law in December 2018 after being signed by President Donald Trump. This bill contains a strong Conservation Title… Read More
The North American Wetlands Conservation Act (NAWCA), passed in 1989, provides matching grants to carry out wetlands conservation projects in… Read More
Your opinion counts
Recently, numerous states have tried to pass legislation that would ban hunting contests. What is your personal view on hunting contests?
- I am fine with hunting contests and have participated in them. (47.22%)
- I support others’ ability to participate in them but I choose not to. (25.00%)
- I support hunting contests, but believe the regulations governing the contests should be updated to ensure that all contest promoters work with tanneries to make use of the animals harvested. (16.67%)
- I support hunting contests, but believe the regulations governing the contests should be updated to ensure that all contest promoters work with tanneries to make use of the animals harvested. (11.11%)
- I am unsure. (0.00%)