CSF's Summer Webinar Series Now Available Online 

The Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) is pleased to announce that all recordings of the 2nd Annual Summer Webinar Series are now available online. Launched in 2021, the Summer Webinar Series is designed to provide additional educational support for state policymakers in the National Assembly of Sportsmen’s Caucuses (NASC) and Governors Sportsmen’s Caucus (GSC) programs by ensuring they have detailed, accurate, and timely information on policy issues they may be working on in their states. The topics covered by CSF’s States Program Team and distinguished guests in the 2022 Series included: sportsmen’s access in states with limited public lands, trophy import bans, predator management, invasive species, and sustainable forest management.


South Atlantic Eying Federal License for Reef Fish Anglers

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Denies Mountain Lion Petition, Expected to Form Stakeholder Group to Provide Recommendations to Commission

Range Day: CSF Welcomes Legislators, Partners, and State Fish and Wildlife Agency Personnel to Sig Sauer Academy for Suppressor Demonstration

CSF Signs onto Letter in Support of Grasslands Restoration in Tennessee

California Firearm and Ammunition Tax Bill Once Again Poised for a Floor Vote

(September 14) 
2022 Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit (November 29-December 02) 



2022 Duck Population Numbers | 2022-2023 Waterfowl Season (Ducks Unlimited)

DWR Holds Ribbon Cutting, Unveils Plans for Cinnamon Creek WMA (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources)

Elk Management Group Passes Recommendations on to the FWP Director (Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks)

Game and Fish Establishes New Walk-In Area for Hunting and Fishing in Sweetwater County (Wyoming Game and Fish Department)

Montana FWP Shows Stable Wolf Population in 2021 (Your Big Sky)

Steve Williams to Retire in 2023 (Wildlife Management Institute)

Tennessee Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Co-Chair Senator Mike Bell Named Senior Advisor for Legislative Affairs and Policy at Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency (


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