July 20, 2021

The Sportsmen’s Voice

Bipartisan Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus Comes Together for Annual Clays Competition; CSF, Partners Join Together to Help Guide the Vision of the National Wildlife Refuge System; House Natural Resources Committee Seeks to Expand Access for Sportsmen and Women; Peace of Mind for Missouri Landowners as Governor Parson Signs Prescribed Burn Act; Cause for Celebration in the Northeast: Looking Forward to New and Continued Opportunities Afield; Reviewing a Hot Topic in the Southeast: Conservation Funding; CSF Kicks off Virtual Summer Educational Series – Traditional Wildlife Management in a Modern World; CSF Seeking Policy & Communications Senior Coordinator; CSF Seeking Brad Rowse Policy Fellow Interns; Registration Now Open for the 18th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit

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