Check out a collection of yearly federal and state accomplishments, events, and other organizational information.
2020 Outdoor Heritage Report Year in Review
CSF Year in Review 2019 Legislative Report
Quartlery Outdoor Heritage Reports
Check out our most recent Quarterly Outdoor Heritage Reports.
2021 Q1 Outdoor Heritage Report
2020 Q3 Outdoor Heritage Report
2020 Q2 Outdoor Heritage Report
2020 Q1 Outdoor Heritage Report
Economic Impact Reports
Data on hunter, angler, and target shooter participation and expenditures and well as information on the American System of Conservation Funding.
Download the 2018 Economic Impact Report.
Download the 2013 Economic Impact Report.
Download the 2006 Economic Impact Report.
American System of Conservation Funding Infographic 2021
Great American Outdoors Act Infographic
Wildlife Crossings Infographic
National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses 10th Anniversary Report
Highlighted in this report are some of the many legislative accomplishments and conservation victories that the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC) has achieved on behalf of America's sportsmen and women during its 10 year history.
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Every five years in conjunction with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Survey on hunters and anglers, CSF produces a report on the economic impact… Read More
Annual spending by Alaska sportsmen and women and women is equivalent to 89% of the Gross State Product from manufacturing in the state… Read More
Annual spending by Arizona sportsmen and women is nearly twice the cash receipts from cattle, the state’s top agricultural commodity ($1.3… Read More
Sportsmen and women support more jobs in Arkansas than the Arkansas Cancer Research Centers, Wal-Mart stores, and Tysons Food combined… Read More
More California residents hunt and fish each year than attend the Sacramento Kings, San Diego Chargers, and Oakland Raiders games (1.8… Read More
Annual spending by Colorado sportsmen and women is two and a half times more than the combined revenues of the Colorado Rockies, Denver… Read More
Annual spending by Connecticut sportsmen and women and women is more than the cash receipts from greenhouses/nurseries, dairy products, and… Read More
Delaware sportsmen and women outnumber the residents of Dover, the state’s largest city (85,000 vs. 73,000). Every five years in… Read More
Florida squeezes more than three times the revenue from angling than from oranges ($4.4 billion vs. $1.2 billion). Every five years in… Read More
Annual spending by Georgia sportsmen and women is nearly four times more than the revenues of the Atlanta Hawks, Braves and Falcons (1.8… Read More
Your opinion counts
Recently, two Montana state representatives have proposed more aggressive legislation addressing the state's gray wolf population. These bills range from the addition of a wolf tag into big game combination tags, to year-round sanctioned harvest without a license, use of snare traps, and private reimbursement of wolf harvest. Currently, the wolf population in Montana sits at 850 wolves, which is 700 over the state’s minimum recovery goal of 150 wolves. Which of the below options for wolf management do you support? (Select all that apply)Vote Here
- Regulated hunting under the management of the state fish and wildlife agency during a specific season (24.75%)
- Year-round hunting of wolves without a license (14.85%)
- The use of snares (trapping) without hunting allowances (1.98%)
- A combination of hunting and trapping during specific seasons regulated by the fish and wildlife agency (33.66%)
- The establishment of a bounty program to incentivize harvest during specific seasons (2.97%)
- Other (1.98%)
- I do not support the take of wolves (19.80%)