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Fishing for the Facts about the Modern Fish Act

By Chris Horton, Fisheries Program Director, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Mark Twain once said, “Never let the truth get in the way of a good story.” Some in the environmental community have taken that saying to heart in their… Read More

Our Hunting Heritage Is in YOUR Hands

By: Dan Harrison Dan Harrison is a veteran guide and outdoorsman, native Coloradan and long-time supporter and partner of  the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation. Harrison is also an expert tracker for trophy mule deer, elk and bear,… Read More

Make a Pledge for the Future of Hunting and Fishing

By Bee Frederick, Southeastern States Director, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation Hunting and fishing have always been a part of my life. I have many fond memories of sitting in the deer stand with my father, helping to retrieve doves… Read More

Blog: CSF Policy Fellow Sean Barry

It wasn’t but 8:30 A.M. when cars started filing into the parking lot and the registration line began to serpentine up the hill. A much anticipated event, I could feel the energy in the humid air as everyone anxiously waited to check in, buy… Read More

A Compelling Tenure: Privileges as a CSF Policy Fellow

By Emily George, Policy Fellow, Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation As I progress in my profession, I am realizing that renowned knowledge involves things outside of the classroom or frequently visited campus library. It involves… Read More

Blog: CSF Policy Fellow Kyle Glynn

Last summer, while checking my Mississippi State University email, something sent from our career center struck my eye. The email detailed the Brad Rowse Policy Internship with the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF): a unique… Read More

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Which of the following conservation programs do you feel is the most important as Congress seeks to reauthorize the Farm Bill in 2018? (Click here for descriptions of each program - Source: Ducks Unlimited)

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