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Hundreds Gather for Colorado’s Sportsmen’s Day at the Capitol

April 21 marked a well earned victory for conservation in what has been a whirlwind year in the Centennial State. During Sportsmen’s Day At The Capitol, Governor Jared Polis signed two important CSF backed bills into law, our own Ellary TuckerWilliams was recognized on the Colorado Floor, and over 400 individuals were in attendance to celebrate outdoor heritage and enjoy a wild game cookout.


CSF News

On Capitol Hill:
A Better Approach to Managing Federal Fisheries on the Table in the Mid-Atlantic Region

In the States: 

Taking Pride in Our Passion: The Importance of Showing Support for Sportsmen and Women
“Managed Forest Land Use” Should Mean Just That in Vermont – “Managed”
Funding for Louisiana Outdoors Forever Program Still in Play
CSF Discusses South Carolina Public Land Sunday Hunting Legislation (Woods and Water SC – April 16, 2022 edition)
Lakeland, FL Considers Petitioning State to Establish a Restricted Hunting Area (LkldNow)
Unfounded Opposition to Habitat Management Risks Funding Stream for Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (Wilson Post)

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Recovering America’s Wildlife Act: The Most Important Conservation Legislation in a Generation Advances to the Senate with Resounding Bi-Partisan Support (Bass Pro Shops)
North Carolina’s New River Oyster Highway Turned a Dead Zone Into a Seatrout Fishing Hotspot (Outdoor Life)
The James River Shad Cam is Live (Virginia DWR)
Several New Laws Will Have an Impact on Wildlife, Hunting and Fishing (Wyoming Game and Fish Department)

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