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CSF Supports Legislation to Establish Bobcat Season in Indiana

Why It Matters: Bobcat populations have steadily increased in the Hoosier State, yet there is not currently a season in place for sportsmen and women to harvest the elusive predator. Active, science-based wildlife management, which often relies on regulated harvest by sportsmen and women, is critical to the continued success of conservation in Indiana. Highlights: …

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Key Legislative Updates from the Upper Midwest

Why It Matters: Bills piling up on legislative calendars across the country means that hunters, anglers, recreational shooters, and trappers could see changes to their favorite pastimes. The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation is committed to protecting our time-honored outdoor traditions through active engagement in the legislative process. Highlights:  With legislative sessions across the country in full …

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CSF Continues to Support Active Management on the Hoosier National Forest

Why It Matters: Active forest management is an effective way of improving wildlife habitat and forest health, which in turn increases access and opportunity for outdoor pursuits of these healthier wildlife populations. Forest restoration projects such as the one proposed on the Hoosier National Forest are crucial to conservation and CSF’s mission of advancing the …

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As the Leaves Change, So Too Do Hunting Laws: What Midwesterners Need to Know This Deer Season

Why It Matters: Being aware of changes to state laws and regulations is the first step in any successful hunting season. Before the buck-of-a-lifetime walks into your crosshairs this year, make sure that you are up to speed on any changes that may or may not be taking effect this hunting season. Highlights: Midwestern states …

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400,000 Acres of Wetlands are Now Unregulated in the Hoosier State

Contact: Nick Buggia, Upper Midwestern States Manager Highlights Why it Matters: Wetlands play a vital role in our country. They provide a unique habitat critical for many species, as well as some of our most beloved game species and furbearers. Wetlands also help filter our water, improving water quality for our lakes and streams. Finally, wetlands …

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CSF Weighs in on Hoosier State Legislation Impacting Access, Conservation

Contact: Nick Buggia, Upper Midwestern States Manager On January 29, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) submitted a letter in opposition for Senate Bill 266 (SB 266) and joined a letter of opposition for Senate Bill 373 (SB 373) in Indiana. If passed, both bills would have negative effects on sportsmen and women in the state. SB …

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