February 7, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – February 7, 2022

Colorado Sportspeople Prove Formidable Against Anti-Mountain Lion and Bobcat Hunting Effort; As Atlantic Striped Bass Struggle, the ASMFC Has A Plan to Help; CSC Co-Chair and Member Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Help Restore Mine Lands; CSF Offers Conditional Support for Proposed National Marine Sanctuary; CSF Calls on State Officials to Support Wolf Hunting and Trapping; Vermont’s Sporting Traditions are at Stake this Thursday; Dedicated Conservation Funding Bills on the Move in Mississippi; Talking Dedicated Conservation Funding with Mississippi Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Co-Chair Representative Scott Bounds (Y’all Politics); Proposed North Carolina Bear Permit Hunts are Next Chapter in Bear Conservation Success Story (Transylvania Times); Far-Reaching Large Capacity Magazine Ban Tabled Unanimously by New Mexico House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee; Oregon Sportsmen Unite Under a New Coalition to Protect Hunting, Fishing and Trapping for Future Generations; Brand New Coalition Notches First Win for Science-Based Wildlife Management (The Fence Post); 2021 Year in Review Outdoor Heritage Report; CSF Job Announcements: Mid-Atlantic States Coordinator, Senior Coordinator-Events, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern.

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