CSF's 2022 Year in Review Has Arrived

Today, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation 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.


Court Does the Math on Recreational Fisheries Allocations

CSF Welcomes New Vice President of Development 

Illinois Bans Semi-Automatic Firearms and Standard Capacity Magazines

It May Be Winter But Legislatures Are Heating Up Across the Northeast

New Year Brings Two New Caucus Co-Chairs in Alabama

Oregon Sportsmen's and Women's Coalition Challenge Measure 114's Unachievable Firearm Permitting Requirements 


Apply Now for a CSF Employment Opportunity 

Southeastern States Coordinator

Great Plains States Coordinator

Brad Rowse Internship Program

Event and Development Internship Program

Fisheries Policy Intern Program


2023 Virginia Wildlife Grant Program Application Guidance (Virginia DWR)

Colorado Releases Draft of Wolf Reintroduction Plan (MeatEater) 

CSF Featured in Dallas Safari Club 2022 Grants Review (Dallas Safari Club)

Vermont Fish and Wildlife Grants Available to Improve Shooting Ranges (Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department)


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