Register Today for the 2022 NASC Summit in Bozeman

On November 29, legislators from across the United States will gather at the Kimpton Armory Hotel in Bozeman, Montana for the 19th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit. This event brings together sportsmen's organizations, state and federal natural resource agency representatives, leaders from the outdoor industry, and bipartisan pro-sportsmen legislators to learn about and tackle today's most pressing policy issues in the sporting-conservation space. This one of a kind conference will feature breakout sessions, outdoor activities and field demonstrations, and a banquet & awards ceremony, among many other important happenings. Follow the link below to learn more and to register today! 



CSF, Hunting and Fishing Partners Urge Senate Committee to Hear Important Bill to Restore Mine Lands

Proposed Right Whale Conservation Measures Need Further Refining

Dove Season Marks the Beginning of Hunting Season for Sportsmen and Sportswomen in Midwest

This Year’s Efforts in Fighting Restrictive Trophy Import Bans

Louisiana Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Supports Youth Shooting Sports Team

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

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



Detection of CWD-Positive Deer in Pennsylvania Results in Increases of Disease Management Area in Three Counties (State of Pennsylvania Pressroom)

District of Idaho Denies Preliminary Injunction Filed by Animal Welfare Organizations Challenging Idaho’s Trapping Regulations (Law Street Media)

Free Hunting Day Announced for Opening Day of Squirrel Season (Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency)

Groups Petition to Block Pittman-Robertson Funds for Idaho and Montana (Wildlife Management Institute)

Misleading Animal Rights Measure Threatens Oregon’s Farming and Conservation Legacy (Ducks Unlimited)

Public Meeting Scheduled to Discuss Low Deer Numbers on the Francis Marion National Forest (South Carolina Department of Natural Resources)

Second North Carolina Deer Tests Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission)

To Hear More Gobblers, Stop the Squeal (National Deer Association)


Our outdoor heritage needs YOU!  Get involved today so we can keep fighting for tomorrow.


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