January 18, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – January 18, 2022

Mountain Lion and Bobcat Hunting in the Crosshairs on the First Day of Colorado’s Legislative Session; House Natural Resources Committee to Consider Great Lakes Conservation Bill and Anti-Trapping Bill; Recovering America’s Wildlife Act, a Top CSF Priority, Set to Receive Committee Vote in House; Senate Committee Approves CSF Supported FWS Director Nominee, Martha Williams; USDA to Invest up to $225 Million in Partner-Driven Conservation on Agricultural and Forest Land; Modernizing Trapping Regulations in Indiana; Advocating for Sporting Dogs in the Granite State; Push to Open Sunday Hunting on Virginia’s Public Lands Picks up Steam; University of Georgia Study Points to Lack of Active Forest Management on Federal Lands in North Georgia for Decline in Deer Population and Decrease in Hunting Participation; Washington Commission Could Reconsider Spring Black Bear Hunt at Jan. 21 Meeting; Midwest Legislators Elected to NASC Executive Council; CSF Job Announcements: Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern

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