August 30, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

Department of the Interior Finalizes Largest Expansion of Hunting and Fishing Opportunities in Recent History; CSF Leads Effort to Combat Anti-Hunting Petition; USDA Announces Acceptance Rates for Conservation Reserve Program Following Program Changes Announced Earlier This Year; Gulf Council Hands Red Snapper Debacle Back to NOAA Fisheries; Final Installment of Summer Webinar Series Looks to Future, Highlighting Opportunities for Sportsmen and Women to Remain Leaders in Conservation; Excitement Builds for Fall Hunting Season: Resounding Support for New York’s Junior Hunting Program; Dove Hunting: An Annual Southern Tradition with Increasing Public Access Opportunities; Montana Wildlife Commission Tackles Controversial Wolf Management Directive; CSF Job Opportunities – Policy & Communications Coordinator, Digital Media Assistant, Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns, Event and Development Intern; Registration Now Open for the 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit

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