November 15, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice – November 15, 2021

CSF Joins Sportsman Groups Imploring Governor and Legislature to Fill Conservation Vacancies; President Biden Signs Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into Law, Historic $40 billion Win for Access and Conservation Funding; Arkansas Hunters to See Changes and Opportunities for 2021-2022 Seasons; Knife Reform Legislation Introduced in Pennsylvania; Mississippi Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus’ Sporting Clays Classic Turns Focus to Dedicated Conservation Funding; Virginia DWR Supports Public Land Sunday Hunting; Vermont Hunters Help Meet Moose Population Management Goal; CSF Job Announcements: Policy & Communications Coordinator, Brad Rowse Policy Interns, Event and Development Intern; Registration Open for the 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit; CSF Releases its Q3 2021 Outdoor Heritage Report

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