CSF Concerned with Restrictions of Funding for Hunter Education and other School Programs

Hunter education, archery in schools, wilderness courses, and other outdoor focused school activities provide unmatched enrichment opportunities for students from all walks of life. These programs provide critical life skills for students and, according to teachers engaged with these programs, student participation has been correlated with improvements in academic performance, behavior, and school attendance. Unfortunately, some of these programs are at risk of losing important federal funding.


CSF’s Annual August Recess Clays Competition Takes Aim for Camaraderie and Education

New Efforts in Congress to Keep Forestland Intact and Working Win Early Praise from Coalition (The Conservation Fund)

CSF Supports Vital Wildlife Crossing Project in Colorado

Five Key Legislative Victories from the Great Lakes Region

Potential Archery Season Expansion to be Heard in Massachusetts

CSF-Backed Boater Safety Bill in South Carolina Takes Effect This Month


Apply Now for a CSF Employment Opportunity 

Social Media and Marketing Assistant

Western States Coordinator

Rocky Mountain States Coordinator

Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program


September 13 - Annual Banquet & Auction
October 11 - 19th Annual Wine, Wheels & Wildlife


Idaho Governor Creates New Council to Recommend Outdoor Projects (Idaho Capital Sun)

Legacy of the Wild: 35 years of the Mule Deer Foundation (Mule Deer Foundation)

Draft 2023-2032 Virginia Black Bear Management Plan Open for Public Comment (Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources)

New West Virginia Hunting Regulations for the 2023-2024 Seasons (12 WBOY)

EPW Committee Advances Wildlife Innovation and Longevity Driver Reauthorization (WILD) Act (US Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works)

New Reef Site Available Soon Through Alabama's Rigs to Reefs Program (


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