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Idaho Fish and Game Commission Granted Authority to Manage Shed Hunting

Why It Matters: In the western US, there is a growing concern that shed hunters are contributing significantly to increased stress of wintering big game, especially in areas that may have experienced severe winter weather. As conservationists first, sportspeople in Idaho came together to advocate for this important measure that balances sportsperson access and opportunity …

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The Saga of the Wolf Continues: CSF Submits Comments on both Colorado and Idaho Wolf Management Plans

Why it Matters: Despite being considered charismatic, wild, and mysterious to some people in our modern age, wolves are not fundamentally different from other wildlife species. It is imperative that states do not treat wolf management as the exception, but rather hold wolves and wolf management to the same science-based standards that have proven time …

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Idaho Sportsmen’s Caucus Kicks of 2023 with New Leadership

Why It Matters: In 2004, the bipartisan and bicameral Idaho Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus was formed as an entity through the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses – a national network of organized state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses with a current collective membership of approximately 2,000 legislators. Since its inception, the Idaho Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus has continued to …

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Idaho Sportsmen Named Advisory Council to the Idaho Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus

Contact: Ellary TuckerWilliams, Rocky Mountain States, Assistant Manager Why It Matters: Formalizing official Advisory Councils to state legislative sportsmen’s caucuses provides Caucus members with a direct line to their outdoor sporting constituency that can deliver invaluable insight to policy as it relates to conservation and our shared outdoor sporting heritage. As Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Members rotate …

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Idaho Gains $2 million in Access Funding Without Increasing Cost to Sportsmen

Contact: Ellary TuckerWilliams, Rocky Mountain States, Assistant Manager Why it Matters: Improving access and opportunity for sportsmen and women is a high priority for the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF). Through the combined work of HB 702 and SB 1422, the Idaho Legislature has expanded spending authority of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game to …

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CWD Confirmed in Idaho for the First Time: Why Following State Fish and Wildlife Agency Regulations is Crucial to Slowing the Spread of This Disease.

Contact: Ellary TuckerWilliams, Senior Coordinator, Rocky Mountain States Highlights Why It Matters: Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) is a progressive, fatal, degenerative neurological disease occurring in farmed and free ranging cervid species including deer, elk, caribou, and moose that causes the brain to degenerate and develop cavities becoming sponge like in appearance. CWD can reduce the …

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