January 17, 2022 (WASHINGTON, D.C.) — Today, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) released the 2022 Year in Review version of their quarterly Outdoor Heritage Report. Featuring discussions on Access & Opportunity, Conservation, Outdoor Heritage, and Future Generations, this edition provides high-level insight into the legislative areas where CSF engaged in 2022, the events hosted by the Foundation, and other pertinent organizational information.
As the informed authority across outdoor issues, CSF works everyday with Congress, governors, and state legislatures throughout the United States to secure conservation victories and protect our outdoor heritage. Since 2018, CSF has been influential in passing over 1000 pieces of pro-sportsmen legislation at both the state and federal levels. Within the Year In Review report you will find discussions on CSF’s leadership role in:
- The Chronic Wasting Disease and Research Management Act;
- The Driftnet Modernization and Bycatch Reduction Act;
- The enactment of legislation opening millions of acres of public lands to Sunday hunting;
- The sportsmen’s community’s response to Oregon Measure 114;
- The establishment of state legislator caucuses in all 50 states;
- The California Firearm Marketing Law, and much more.
“The 2022 Year in Review Report is a critical tool for anyone who is interested in how politics and policy impact their sporting pursuits,” said CSF President and CEO Jeff Crane. “Each and every year, CSF strives to find bipartisan solutions to the most crucial issues facing the hunting, angling, trapping, and recreational shooting communities, and in 2022 we were able to drive tremendous change across the United States.”
In addition to the quarterly Outdoor Heritage Report, CSF also publishes a weekly policy update via The Sportsmen’s Voice. Both publications, along with much more information can be found at congressionalsportsmen.org
Founded in 1989, the Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation (CSF) is the informed authority across outdoor issues and serves as the primary conduit for influencing public policy. Working with the Congressional Sportsmen's Caucus (CSC), the Governors Sportsmen's Caucus (GSC), and the National Assembly of Sportsmen's Caucuses (NASC), CSF gives a voice to hunters, anglers, recreational shooters, and trappers on Capitol hill and throughout state capitols advocating on vital outdoor issues that are the backbone of our nation's conservation legacy. For more information on CSF's policy work, visit www.congressionalsportsmen.org.