American System of Conservation Funding

Each year, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) develops state-specific documents that outline the funding provided to each individual state through the American System of Conservation Funding (ASCF). The three pillars to the ASCF include revenue from sporting licenses, and excise tax revenue from both the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Programs. These state-specific documents are designed to provide essential information to our partners and the public to help them more thoroughly understand the contributions that sportsmen and women make to conservation in all 50 states. These documents serve as a public resource and are available on our website at congressionalsportsmen.org.

<<updated as of 8.17.22>>

Alabama

Arkansas

Florida

Georgia

Idaho

Iowa

Kansas

Kentucky

Louisiana

Minnesota

Mississippi

Montana

Nebraska

North Carolina

Ohio

Oklahoma

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

West Virginia

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