April 25, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – April 25, 2022

Hundreds Gather for Colorado’s Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol; A Better Approach to Managing Federal Fisheries on the Table in the Mid-Atlantic Region; Taking Pride in Our Passion: The Importance of Showing Support for Sportsmen and Women; “Managed Forest Land Use” Should Mean Just That in Vermont – “Managed”; Funding for Louisiana Outdoors Forever Program Still in Play; CSF Discusses South Carolina Public Land Sunday Hunting Legislation (Woods and Water SC – April 16, 2022 edition); Lakeland, FL Considers Petitioning State to Establish a Restricted Hunting Area (LkldNow); Unfounded Opposition to Habitat Management Risks Funding Stream for Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (Wilson Post); Check out all of CSF’s events in 2022; CSF Job Announcements: Brad Rowse Policy Interns; Event and Development Intern

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