February 14, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – February 14, 2022

Senate Confirms CSF-Supported USDA Nominee Dr. Homer Wilkes; Department of Interior Announces Disbursement of More Than $1.5 Billion in Sportsmen-Generated Conservation Funding; Improved Angler Catch Data on the Horizon in the South Atlantic; Oklahoma Bills Renew Push for State Agency License Authority; Maryland Seeking to Expand Sunday Hunting in Somerset County; Strong Representation by Vermont’s Sporting Community During Committee Hearing; Tennessee Bills Threaten to Transfer Wildlife Management Area Ownership to County; Virginia Predator Contest and Trapping Bills Die in Committee (Virginia Mercury); California’s Bear Hunting Season in the Crosshairs as Animal Rights Activists Continue to Target Predator Management in the West; CSF President and CEO Jeff Crane Honored to Receive Donation on Behalf of BRCC at NYSE Debut; CSF Job Announcements: Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator-Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern.

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