April 11, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – April 11, 2022

Now available, CSF’s Q1 2022 Outdoor Heritage Report; MAPLand Act Clears Senate, Heads to President’s Desk to Be Signed into Law; Tough Decisions Ahead for Gulf Amberjack and Gag Grouper Fisheries; Challenges for Public Lands, Conservation Easements Continue Across Midwest; Lead Ammunition Ban on the Move in New York; Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund Awaits Governor’s Signature; Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin Signed Public Lands Sunday Hunting Legislation into Law (Governor of Virginia); Florida Restricted Hunting Areas Issue Still Unresolved (lkldnow.com); Antis Fail to Hijack Arizona 2023-2028 Hunt Guidelines; Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, a Top Priority for CSF, Passes Senate Committee on Strong Vote; CSF Job Announcements: New England States Coordinator; Upper Midwestern States Coordinator; Senior Coordinator – Events; Brad Rowse Policy Interns; Event and Development Intern

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