January 10, 2022

The Sportsmen’s Voice – January 10, 2022

CSF’s Jeff Crane Addresses Dallas Safari Club’s 40th Anniversary Convention; Effort Seeking to Increase Access to Public Lands for Veterans and Servicemembers Signed into Law as Part of National Defense Authorization Act; Everglades Restoration Efforts Championed by Angling and Coating Community; Missouri: Could Archery Become the Official State Sport?; Lifetime Licenses in the Hoosier State; No Down Time in the Bay State as Sportsmen’s Issues Take Center Stage; Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Commission Votes to Implement Menhaden Harvest Exclusion Zone; Public Lands Sunday Hunting Legislation Introduced in Virginia; Efforts Underway to Expand New Mexico Angler Opportunity; CSF Board Welcomes Three New Directors in 2022; CSF Job Announcements: Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern

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